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£1,960 per week | 1 Bedroom
Sotheby’s International Realty presents this one-bedroom serviced apartment (approx 615 sq.ft) situated on the ground floor located in the heart of Marylebone.
This apartment comprises a open plan living area set with a plush custom-made sofa, handwoven vintage Berber rug, and Hans Wagner wing chair. Generous built-in walnut wood shelving houses a 43” Smart TV and selection of art coffee table books. For the musically inclined there is a turntable, Marshal Bluetooth Speaker and handpicked selection of records. The dining area, set with vintage Arkana table and four original Eames Bikini dining chairs, leads into a spacious, fully equipped kitchen that looks out onto the mews. A well-appointed bathroom has a bath and shower combination and a hidden cupboard that houses a combined washer/dryer. Towards the back of the apartment, the bedroom has a super king bed, generous built-in wardrobe space, and benefits from a large window that looks out onto a planted courtyard.
Weymouth Mews is located in the heart of Marylebone High Street owned by The Howard de Walden Estate. Ideally located moments from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, yet a Village atmosphere offering an array of shops, restaurants and cafes. Nearby Marylebone Station and Bond Street Underground Station.
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I love W1. From Soho to Mayfair to Marylebone. I love the hustle and bustle that part of London offers, so I tend to spend most of my time in those districts, ensuring I am aware of everything that is going on from new restaurants to sold prices.
One of the most affluent districts in London with the best restaurants, bars and luxury boutiques, Mayfair is a haven of 5* luxury living. In recent years this area has seen an influx of luxury developments from high end developers. Finchatton have their crown jewel 20 Grosvenor Square, British Land with their Iconic Clarges overlooking Green Park and Lodha with their upcoming 1 Grosvenor Square. Mayfair, which is now established as a worldwide destination and brand appealing to an increasingly young demographic, is set to undergo the biggest changes to its property market since the 1920s.
So what does this mean for prices in Mayfair? Mayfair has surpassed the £5000 per square foot mark in terms of property prices for some of the premium developments.
A stunning four bedroom serviced penthouse with a private terrace situated on the 3rd and 4th floor boasting views of North Audley Street and Green Street towards Hyde Park located in the heart of Mayfair.
The apartment has been refurbished and furnished to the highest standards featuring a impressive living room with high vaulted ceiling and a gas fireplace, a private terrace, a fully fitted kitchen with fridge, dishwasher and dining area, four bedrooms with bespoke granite and marble en suite bathrooms and a separate guest WC. Conveniently located within easy walking distance of Selfridges and all the amenities and travel links of Bond Street and Marble Arch underground station.
Just minutes away from Mayfair but miles away in ambience, Marylebone is a surprising pocket of calm located in the very heart of London. Distinguished by leafy streets lined with stately period homes and stylish independent boutiques, it’s a true urban village complete with colourful local characters and a weekly farmers’ market. Marylebone has seen an influx in demand in residential property – and with this pent up demand – developers have come forward to build luxury developments. Concorde is the most recent entry with 54 luxury flats due to complete Q4 2021. £ per square foot has peaked over recent years demanding between £3000 – £4500 per square foot.
A two-bedroom apartment in the anticipated Marylebone Square development.
This is a spacious two-bedroom apartment within the building, located on the eastern side along Cramer Street. The apartment is designed so that natural light floods the apartment and open plan living. The apartment measures approximately 1399 sq.ft. and benefits from an additional study in addition to the two bedrooms.
Marylebone Square is a collection of 54 high-end apartments, carefully chosen boutiques and restaurants, and a versatile community hall.
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Mayfair sits beautifully between Hyde Park and Green Park, and covers the shops of Oxford Street, New Bond Street & Piccadilly. Mayfair pretty much has it all, including the most expensive and desirable spot on the Monopoly game board. In real life this reputation endures, with Georgian mansions surrounding private squares, high-end art dealerships, and exclusive members clubs; its no wonder this area is achieving in excess of £5000 per square foot.
Mayfair is experiencing an increase in residential developments and hotels in London and is expected to welcome more growth over the next decade. Finchatton’s 20 Grosvenor Square will be the first standalone Four Seasons residence, comprised of 37 private residences and is due for completion in early 2019, making Grosvenor Square quite the beauty parade. Across the square you have Lodha’s (India’s largest property developer) No.1 Grosvenor Square. The development is made up of 44 apartments with 10,000 sq ft dedicated to leisure and pleasure, including a pool, spa, club room and cinema, plus a further 4,000 sq ft for a Michelin starred hotel.
Centre to Grosvenor Square, Qatari Diar are proud owners of the old US Embassy which will be transformed into an ultra-luxury hotel, The Rosewood. The property will offer 137 spacious guest rooms and suites, as well as a variety of dining and entertainment spaces, including five gourmet restaurants. The property will also feature a spa, which will provide guests with a luxurious retreat from the bustling streets of London, as well as six flagship retail spaces. The grand ballroom has space for up to 1,000 guests and British architect Sir David Chipperfield has been selected to oversee the design process, which will see the mid-20th century listed building through an elegant interior upgrades while still maintaining the preservation of the building’s original, Grade II listed façade.
With Mount Street (namesake of the famous Mount Street Deli), New Bond Street and Burlington Arcade on your doorstep, the old and new residents can enjoy the secure prestige of the W1 postcode, along with some of the best restaurants in London Mayfair is the most desirable area to buy property.
By Shereen Akhtar-Malik, Senior Associate, Head of Mayfair & Marylebone