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Situated North of Oxford Street, Europe's most vibrant shopping street. Marylebone is in the West End London district, zone 1. Located between the northeastern corner of Hyde Park and the Southern end of Regent’s Park. Despite Marylebone's centrality, this location offers a unique atmosphere with a perfect balance of fashion, boutique cafes, restaurants and arts and culture. Marylebone is the home of the Harley Street Medical Area, one of the world's most renowned medical bases. Many overseas clientele travel and rent in this area in order to undergo medical treatments. Regent’s park, one of London’s royal parks, is within walking distance of Marylebone High street.
Shopping in Marylebone: Despite its centrality, Marylebone offers a unique atmosphere offering an array of vibrant shops. Marylebone has an incredible selection of fashion boutiques which you can find on Marylebone Lane, Devonshire Street and New Cavendish street. Immerse yourself in London’s finest fashion with Matches Fashion, Lululemon, Wolford, Diptyque and Luca Falloni.
Property in Marylebone: Marylebone is a stylish residential location with a village feel composed of elegant terraced houses, regency-styled homes and modernised lateral and penthouse apartments. Marylebone is home to cosmopolitan townhouses with Cavendish square located in the heart of it. Tall Georgian buildings can be found along Wimpole Street and Portland Place most notably. Victorian mansion blocks and Art Deco-style architecture are fruitful in Marylebone. Marylebone was once home to Dickens and Florence Nightingale and more recently, Jimi Hendrix.
History of Marylebone
Marylebone gets its name from St Mary's parish church. Marylebone is a majestic neighbourhood with an interesting history and royal connections. Formally Holy Trinity Church, now One Marylebone, was completed in 1828 and designed by Sir John Soane in celebration of Napoleon’s defeat. One Marylebone is one of the only three Churches in London designed by Soane, it stands as the most expensive and most architecturally distinguished church.