Marylebone in Figures
This year the first of Galliard’s highly anticipated apartments at The Chilterns, Marylebone will open its doors for occupation. Here we celebrate all that is great about Marylebone in facts and figures.
1 represents the multitude of Zone 1 travel connections available within Marylebone
2 estates own the greater part of Marylebone - Portman Estate and Howard de Walden Estate
4 Michelin star restaurants are situated in Marylebone with a further two in nearby Regent’s Park
6 five-star hotels are situated in Marylebone
10 London Underground stations are within 2km of the centre of Marylebone
18 minutes is all that it takes to reach Heathrow airport from Baker Street station
25 rooms of paintings make up the Wallace Collection
27% of tenants within the Howard de Walden Estate are from the medical sector
37% of Marylebone homeowners own their property as a principal residence
44 bespoke apartments sit within The Chilterns
82% uplift in prices have been reported in Bond Street since Crossrail works commenced in 2008
90 Harley Street was home to Florence Nightingale up until her death in 1910
92 acres of Marylebone is owned by the Howard de Walden Estate
110 acres of Marylebone is owned by the Portland Estate
221B is the fictional address of Arthur Colon Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes who lived on Baker Street
425 concerts take place at Wigmore Hall every year
850 properties are owned by the Howard de Walden Estate
2,200 plus doctors work on Harley Street
£2,519,617 is average asking price in Marylebone according to Zoopla
4,000,000 tourists a year visit Marylebone’s high profile attractions
Looking for an apartment in the West End?
For information on luxury properties for sale in Marylebone call our West End Sales Office on 020 3409 2270 to speak to our dedicated Marylebone sales advisor.
For details about the availability of The Chilterns, view the development on our dedicated microsite.