40 Connaught Street, Hyde Park London W2 2AB
Typically characterised by squares, crescents and terraced rows of beautiful properties, Marylebone has a village-like community feel and regular community events. There is a wide selection of housing: quaint mews can be found throughout the area, as can new build properties. The elegant houses of Montagu and Bryanston Square are particularly desirable. With a history of famous residents, the area is known for being fashionable and affluent.
Marylebone is a highly desirable, fashionable and trendy neighbourhood to live in.Dylan James - Sales Manager
Dylan started his career in a small independent estate agency and is now the head of sales at the Chestertons Hyde Park office. After earning his a degree as a Town/City Planner in South Africa he decided to put his knowledge to work in the property market. Having worked in areas including Fulham, Shepherds Bush and Hyde Park, Dylan has a broad and informed knowledge of the London property market.
Originally from Russia, Maya began working as an estate agent in London in 2007 and has a strong knowledge of the marketing having covered areas including Chelsea, Holland Park, Notting Hill, Bayswater, Kensington, Knightsbridge and of course - Hyde Park.
Parks & Recreation
Regent’s Park is within Marylebone and perfect for a sunny day out or place to get active, boasting the largest outdoor sports area in central London. It is also home to the local and tourist favourite, London Zoo, making it a perfect destination for families
The beautiful Queen Mary’s Gardens within the park showcases 400 varieties of roses.
Restaurants & Shopping
Marylebone is conveniently located between two excellent shopping destinations: Regents Park and Oxford Street.
Oxford Street, always full of keen shoppers from all over London and beyond, is home to the famous Liberty and Harrods and boasts a selection of other high-end brand names. Marylebone itself is famed for its boutique shopping and café culture.
Entertainment & Nightlife
There are many stylish pubs and bars in Marylebone, often with a relaxing atmosphere perfect for an end-of-day drink.
There are a few themed destinations for those after something a little different: The Swan & Edgar is a literary-themed venue, with a bar constructed of paperbacks and regular literary events, whilst Purl is styled after early speakeasy and uses a variety of novel methods and ingredients in their cocktails, alongside classic offerings.
Best place for theatre:
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre hosts classic shows in a beautiful location. A variety of food is also on offer, including covered dining, luxury picnic hampers and a buzzing bar.
Schools & Education
Hampden Gurney is a leading state school in the area and there are a number of international schools.
Marylebone is a particularly well-connected area, with excellent tube links. Marylebone Road leads out to the M40 and there is a mainline station to the North.
Tube stations include;
Market stats for Marylebone compiled on 2020-03-30 for postcodes W1.
Analysis of properties not sold / under offer, priced between £20k and £20m (sales), £150pw and £10k pw (lettings) and between 1 and 10 bedrooms.
With a wealth of knowledge and experience, and a deeply statistical view on the market, our teams are able to provide maximum market exposure for every property.
Our Lettings department works proactively to ensure that the best possible rents and terms are achieved for all our landlords.
Providing a dedicated service to landlords with rental portfolios of more than three properties that are let privately, by Chestertons or by another agent.
Our Short Lets team enables landlords benefit from increased rental yields and the flexibility of letting their property for a term that suits them.