De Walden Sreet,
Raised Ground Floor
Close To Station
Leasehold Expires 2062
EPC RATING C
Story of the Home
“When we bought the apartment in 2008, we gave the local estate agents in Marylebone very specific requirements. We had only just purchased our London home on De Walden Street and now wanted a nice investment, ideally in the same street. When the apartment became available we decided immediately that it was a great rental investment.
The big attraction for us was that each property on De Walden Street has its own private front door, and this apartment is the only one laid out entirely on one floor with no stairs. It is truly one of a kind!
It needed total refurbishment, and I relished the prospect of starting from scratch and completing the renovations to the standard I would expect for my own home. The excellent refurbishment has attracted some high profile tenants including the CEO of a bank, an American film director working on the latest Disney movie, and an A-List actress with a starring role in a West End show. All very charming people who loved being in the centre of Marylebone Village.
Marylebone has every sort of shop and restaurant. We love Fishworks on Marylebone High Street, the restaurant at the Wallace Collection, and you can find the best steak and chips at Relais de Venise. They don’t take bookings there, you just turn up and can usually get a table. The Royal Academy has a lovely members restaurant and a good café. Over the road from there is of course The Wolseley. For great Chinese food we recommend that you take a trip to Mr Chow’s.
We particularly enjoy being told by our friends and visitors that De Walden Street is the prettiest and quietest street in Marylebone Village. We are lucky to have great neighbours and there is a real sense of community spirit.
On Sundays there is a very good farmers market behind Waitrose and another open-air market on Saturdays featuring vintage clothes and jewellery. It’s tucked between the St. Marylebone Church on Marylebone Road and The Conran Shop on Marylebone High Street.
Walking around the rose gardens in Regents Park is a joy and a favorite pastime is the open-air theatre in Regents Park during the summer months. There is also an Everyman cinema on Baker Street which we love to visit.
Marylebone really does have it all!
Located in a quiet side street just off Marylebone High Street, I can walk to Oxford Circus, Bond Street, Baker Street and Great Portland Street Tube Stations in 5 minutes.”
''We particularly enjoy being told by our friends and visitors that De Walden Street is the prettiest and quietest street in Marylebone Village''