An extremely rare opportunity to acquire this stunning freehold Grade II listed property, overlooking a highly sought after garden square in the heart of Marylebone.
This beautiful house designed with bespoke interiors, boasts a large reception room and dining room, kitchen and a luxurious principal suite set on its own floor of the house.
In addition to this, there are 6 further bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, making this the perfect family home in an enviable location.
As well as access to the private garden square in front of the property, the house also benefits from a sunny, west facing roof terrace, a courtyard garden, and direct access to the back of the house from Montagu Mews West.
The property is ideally located in prime Marylebone with a short walking distance to the renowned shops, bars and restaurants of Marylebone and has excellent transport links.
Marylebone is now considered one of London`s most desirable locations with this house being one of only several freehold houses on the square, with the Nobu restaurant and hotel opening in Portman square in the next year.
Regardless of markets conditions Marylebone is an area in incredible demand, where freehold houses with lifts, on a prime garden square are incredibly hard to find. Early viewing is strongly recommended.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
First and foremost, we hope that you and your family are keeping safe and well.
In keeping with Government's stay-at-home guidelines, Rokstone has temporarily closed the office in Marylebone, therefore we would like to keep you updated with relation to the measures we have in place.
The doors might be closed, but we are still open for Business
Our doors may be closed, but we are still very much open, albeit working safely from home. This means that we can continue to service all of our clients as we would usually, but any physical interaction in the form of viewings/meetings will be done via video