Top 3 properties in Marylebone

Bryanston Square, W1H, �1,595,000

Bryanston Square, W1H, �1,595,000 - Credit: Archant

Despite its resurgence in popularity in recent years, property in Marylebone remains relatively good value compared to other central London areas (and it’s all relative).

Bryanston Square, W1H, �1,595,000

Bryanston Square, W1H, �1,595,000 - Credit: Archant

Bryanston Square, W1H, £1,595,000

This two-bedroom flat on the ground floor of a pretty, and quintessentially W1, Georgian house is in one of Marylebone’s nicest squares, moments from the High Street, Chiltern Firehouse and the Wallace Collection.

Savills, 020 3527 0400

Molyneux Street, W1, offers in excess of £3,000,000

Molyneux Street, W1, offers in excess of �3,000,000

Molyneux Street, W1, offers in excess of �3,000,000 - Credit: Archant

A five-storey, five-bedroom grade II-listed house with a large-for-central-London west-facing paved garden and spacious rooms.

Sandfords, 020 7224 4994


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Nottingham Place, W1U, £7,250,000

The three mezzanine terraces and roof terrace, tall windows and contemporary interiors justify the hefty price tag of this freehold grade II-listed house in the heart of Marylebone. And there’s space for a grand piano!

Nottingham Place, W1U, �7,250,000

Nottingham Place, W1U, �7,250,000 - Credit: Archant

Aston Chase, 020 7724 4724

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