Prices from £3,173,000.
Estimated completion Q1 / Q2 2023.
10% 12 months thereafter
80% on completion
Mortgages available - subject to status.
Selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.
A collection of 54 high-end apartments, carefully chosen boutiques and restaurants, and a versatile community hall. A modern take on a traditional London mansion block, this is refined London living at its very best. Offering classic yet contemporary design, and an authentic village feel – right in the city centre.
The scale of a full city block.
With its full city block setting, Marylebone Square is a rare chance to develop a bold and beautiful building on a piece of prime, storied real estate in a district rich in culture and history.
Bound by Aybrook, Moxon, Cramer and St. Vincent Streets, Marylebone Square is reintroducing a long-lost local street pattern to the area.
Life in a modern classic.
From grand Georgian terraces to the Royal Albert Hall, the architects of Marylebone Square were inspired by the rich history and culture of the area to create a building as lyrical and classical as it is practical and contemporary.
Rich with detail.
The building is a celebration of intricate craftsmanship and high-quality, robust materials. The distinctive lantern frieze and cast metal balustrades are both signature elements of the building’s aesthetic, and tactile, functional parts of its everyday use.
A warm welcome.
A nod to London’s oldest and finest hotels, a generous canopy defines the entrance to Marylebone Square. As you step inside, you are welcomed by an elegant palette of stone, timber and bronze. A desk made of York stone is home to a friendly 24-hour concierge who’s always on hand to help. Beyond the lobby is a glimpse of plants and trees, inviting guests to wander into the brightly lit courtyard. This is a calm and relaxing environment that sets the tone for the rest of the building.
At one with nature.
Panoramic glazed lifts take guests up from the lobby to their floor, providing views of the open courtyard as they rise. The tall birch trees reach as far as the third floor, meaning there is always greenery close to home.
A lasting quality.
A lasting quality High-quality, natural materials such as oak flooring, bronze-coated windows and stone counter tops offer an elegant and timeless quality. With windows on the street side and facing the courtyard, the apartment is illuminated with natural light all day. All your functional needs – from lighting to underfloor heating – are seamlessly integrated into the design.
Towering glass doors open out onto a generous, private veranda, creating a natural fluidity between the inside and outside living experience. The signature cast-metal balustrades are a key feature of the architectural façade, and a rich and robust addition to the elegant living space.
Sliding doors open out onto private verandas, giving a true sense of inside/outside living.
A calming oasis.
The bedroom is spacious and elegantly crafted using high-quality natural materials. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open out onto a private a balcony, which invites an influx of natural light into the room. For an early morning coffee or a late evening wind-down, it’s the perfect place to relax.
The bathroom features an exquisite marble-clad curved wall, which is characterised by its dappled grey surface and intricate fluting detail. Bespoke walnut vanity units and nickel brassware complement the marble and stonework, creating a functional yet luxurious space.
From lively al fresco dining to the quiet of Paddington Square Gardens, Marylebone has a pace and charm all its own.
At Marylebone, you are perfectly placed. Paddington and Euston stations are a short ride away, while Baker Street and Marylebone stations are right on your doorstep. Bond Street underground is a five-minute walk down the road, where the Elizabeth line will connect you to Heathrow Airport or Paris via the Eurostar. For an evening of entertainment, hail a cab to The Royal Opera House or to London’s iconic West End. Weekend walks and relaxing summer evenings are always on the agenda with Regent’s Park a stone’s throw to the north, and Hyde Park to the south.
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