Property information

Dunstable Mews,
Marylebone,
W1G

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

Terraced House

No Onward Chain

Heart Of Marylebone Village

Close To Regents Park

Peppercorn Ground Rent

Garage Available Under Separate Negotiation

EPC RATING D

£2,250,000 For Sale

Leasehold: Approx 117 years remaining

Council Tax: Band D

Story of the Home

”When we started looking for a city pad, we initially had a vision of an apartment. We viewed several on Montagu and Bryanston Square and a Penthouse on Hinde Street, but they were all too small and we could not get our head around living on top of or below other people.

We did not think we would be able to find a Mews house within our budget but were told about Dunstable Mews as an off market opportunity and immediately made an appointment to view.

What initially stood out is how quiet it is, considering you are right next to all the action on Marylebone High Street. We enjoy entertaining so having open plan living space on the ground floor is perfect, and as the bedrooms are on the second floor, there is great privacy.

The principal bedroom has an amazing walk in wardrobe which leads to the en-suite bathroom, and the second bedroom uses the family bathroom. When we have had a long day at work we really enjoy sitting back and relaxing in our upstairs lounge, which also has a lovely Victorian open fire. The space is really versatile and we recently used it as a home office.

We have a classic car so having the use of a private garage is a real rarity in the middle of Marylebone, the garage is owned on a second lease and is available to buy for £100,000.

Being in the heart of Marylebone Village is fantastic we could not imagine living anywhere else in town, as everything is within walking distance. We always grab a coffee from Arro Coffee on the corner of Paddington Street and Chiltern Street, they have delicious pastries too.

Marylebone Lane was pedestrianized a few years ago and it has created a vibrant spot that somehow stayed busy during lock down, I recommend The Ivy Café, which is great for a business lunch or evening meal. Or 108 Marylebone Lane for cocktails and then dinner.

If you are in to your fitness there is plenty of choice in Marylebone, Third Space stands out as the best gym or if like me you prefer the open air, I recommend joining the avid cyclists around the outer circle or Regents Park, it can get quite competitive so bring your spandex.

Commuting is easy as you have Bond Street, Baker Street, Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street Tube Stations all within 5 minutes’ walk.”

Dunstable Mews Web 2

''What initially stood out is how quiet it is, considering you are right next to all the action on Marylebone High Street.''

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