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Unique to Marylebone is the fact that it has a wonderful village, inclusive of all the individual shops, pubs, restaurants and the calm inviting atmosphere, whilst still being in amongst it in the city. All the charms of the city; entertainment and culture as well as historic landmarks, park areas and architecture are a big part of Marylebone and whilst there are still many residential properties in this wonderful family friendly area, it has also developed in to a great location for many types of business, particularly those in the finance industry.

MARYLEBONE

The village itself is a place with plenty to see and experience. It is home to a weekly farmers market alongside a range of specialist food retailers and every type of restaurant from friendly small cafes to Michelin star eateries. Places to stay in the area also vary just as much from independent and welcoming guest houses or apartments to the luxuries of distinct boutique hotels and five star establishments. There are also some very prestigious destinations within the area which combine the perfect setting for both dining and resting. Chiltern Firehouse for example is a 26-suite hotel in a Grade II-listed converted Victorian fire station. Within their doors they have a very popular 200 cover restaurant serving amazing variations of American comfort food with a twist, including steak tartare, maple-glazed salmon and beef risotto. Another highly popular place of leisure in Marylebone is that of The Marylebone bar. Taking cocktails to a new level and experimenting with the flavours and fusions like nowhere else, this wonderful bar has dozens of its own unique creations which are served in their personal quirky style.

Key Transport Links

Being in such a central location and surrounded by attractions Marylebone is very well connected with transport links. The Marylebone Railway Station is situated about a mile from both Euston and Paddington mainline stations and provides a direct link to the Bakerloo tube line. Marble Arch and Baker Street Underground stations are also in this area and link to the Circle, Central, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. There is also a myriad of bus routes connected to this area whilst many places throughout central London are accessible on foot. In terms of industry Marylebone has seen a recent development which has evolved it in to a prime business hub. In 2013 The Baker Street Quarter was established which promotes companies in the area as well as supporting the local vicinity.

More on Location

Once a very famous shopping destination within London, Marylebone is still home to the original and flagship store of Daunt Books. Founded in 1990 by James Daunt in a stunning Edwardian property the store which is located on Marylebone High Street can still be shopped today. First specialising in travel books, the popularity of the shop allowed it to branch out and at present sells a large range of rare and fascinating books. Coming within the boundaries of the Marylebone Village is also the very famous Harley Street. This world-renowned street has an excellent reputation for outstanding private medical care and there are around 1,500 medical practitioners in and around the area, including a number of cosmetic surgeons.  Of course there is also a great choice of shops with the likes of Oxford Street being located close by, however when shopping in Marylebone the best places to pick up something distinct and interesting are the independent stores away from the rush of the main street. KJ’s Laundry for example stocks an array of lesser known designer’s pieces which are all chic and stylish.

 

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Marylebone Background and History

Alongside all the indulgencies of the village, Marylebone is also rich in culture and beauty. Being a part of the vibrant West End there is an array of theatres and concert halls as well as numerous attractions in the area. Being around for 115 years, Wigmore Hall is one of the world’s most iconic concert halls which specialises in early music and song including chamber music and instrumentals. However, if you prefer something a little more modern, Regents Park hosts a brilliant Open Air Theatre under the stars. It showcases mainly adaptations of Shakespeare although musicals and comedy nights are not a rare spectacle at this fabulous theatre. Regent’s Park as a whole is a beautiful part of the city to wonder around and take a breather from the working day. Its gorgeous, unspoiled green landscapes and gardens as well as sports facilities are only a short walk from Marylebone. Paddington Street gardens also offer an attractive place to walk or sit and admire the view which is positioned just a short stroll form Marylebone High Street.

Marylebone is thought to be named after the medieval church of St Mary’s and the winding Tyburn River. Historians believe that the area originally consisted of two manors, Tyburn and Lilestone, later known as Lisson Grove, and have traced its origins as far back as the Norman Conquest. This resembles the situation of today’s Marylebone which is still owned by two estates, The Howard de Walden Estate stretching 92 acres to the east of Baker Street and the Portman Estate which is 110 acres to the west. The handsome landscape consists of an array of Georgian terraces, Victorian mansion blocks and Art Deco-style architecture with many of the street names dedicated to the patrons who once resided in the area. Today these striking buildings are being converted in to highly sought after office spaces in this bountiful area.

Local Insight & Information

Unique to Marylebone is the fact that it has a wonderful village, inclusive of all the individual shops, pubs, restaurants and the calm inviting atmosphere, whilst still being in amongst it in the city. All the charms of the city; entertainment and culture as well as historic landmarks, park areas and architecture are a big part of Marylebone and whilst there are still many residential properties in this wonderful family friendly area, it has also developed in to a great location for many types of business, particularly those in the finance industry.

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MARYLEBONE

The village itself is a place with plenty to see and experience. It is home to a weekly farmers market alongside a range of specialist food retailers and every type of restaurant from friendly small cafes to Michelin star eateries. Places to stay in the area also vary just as much from independent and welcoming guest houses or apartments to the luxuries of distinct boutique hotels and five star establishments. There are also some very prestigious destinations within the area which combine the perfect setting for both dining and resting. Chiltern Firehouse for example is a 26-suite hotel in a Grade II-listed converted Victorian fire station. Within their doors they have a very popular 200 cover restaurant serving amazing variations of American comfort food with a twist, including steak tartare, maple-glazed salmon and beef risotto. Another highly popular place of leisure in Marylebone is that of The Marylebone bar. Taking cocktails to a new level and experimenting with the flavours and fusions like nowhere else, this wonderful bar has dozens of its own unique creations which are served in their personal quirky style.

Key Transport Links

Being in such a central location and surrounded by attractions Marylebone is very well connected with transport links. The Marylebone Railway Station is situated about a mile from both Euston and Paddington mainline stations and provides a direct link to the Bakerloo tube line. Marble Arch and Baker Street Underground stations are also in this area and link to the Circle, Central, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. There is also a myriad of bus routes connected to this area whilst many places throughout central London are accessible on foot. In terms of industry Marylebone has seen a recent development which has evolved it in to a prime business hub. In 2013 The Baker Street Quarter was established which promotes companies in the area as well as supporting the local vicinity.

More on Location

Once a very famous shopping destination within London, Marylebone is still home to the original and flagship store of Daunt Books. Founded in 1990 by James Daunt in a stunning Edwardian property the store which is located on Marylebone High Street can still be shopped today. First specialising in travel books, the popularity of the shop allowed it to branch out and at present sells a large range of rare and fascinating books. Coming within the boundaries of the Marylebone Village is also the very famous Harley Street. This world-renowned street has an excellent reputation for outstanding private medical care and there are around 1,500 medical practitioners in and around the area, including a number of cosmetic surgeons.  Of course there is also a great choice of shops with the likes of Oxford Street being located close by, however when shopping in Marylebone the best places to pick up something distinct and interesting are the independent stores away from the rush of the main street. KJ’s Laundry for example stocks an array of lesser known designer’s pieces which are all chic and stylish.

 

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Marylebone Background and History

Alongside all the indulgencies of the village, Marylebone is also rich in culture and beauty. Being a part of the vibrant West End there is an array of theatres and concert halls as well as numerous attractions in the area. Being around for 115 years, Wigmore Hall is one of the world’s most iconic concert halls which specialises in early music and song including chamber music and instrumentals. However, if you prefer something a little more modern, Regents Park hosts a brilliant Open Air Theatre under the stars. It showcases mainly adaptations of Shakespeare although musicals and comedy nights are not a rare spectacle at this fabulous theatre. Regent’s Park as a whole is a beautiful part of the city to wonder around and take a breather from the working day. Its gorgeous, unspoiled green landscapes and gardens as well as sports facilities are only a short walk from Marylebone. Paddington Street gardens also offer an attractive place to walk or sit and admire the view which is positioned just a short stroll form Marylebone High Street.

Marylebone is thought to be named after the medieval church of St Mary’s and the winding Tyburn River. Historians believe that the area originally consisted of two manors, Tyburn and Lilestone, later known as Lisson Grove, and have traced its origins as far back as the Norman Conquest. This resembles the situation of today’s Marylebone which is still owned by two estates, The Howard de Walden Estate stretching 92 acres to the east of Baker Street and the Portman Estate which is 110 acres to the west. The handsome landscape consists of an array of Georgian terraces, Victorian mansion blocks and Art Deco-style architecture with many of the street names dedicated to the patrons who once resided in the area. Today these striking buildings are being converted in to highly sought after office spaces in this bountiful area.

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