Upper Montagu Street,
Close To Regents Park
Close To Transport Link
EPC RATING C
Story of the Home
”I had been looking for an apartment in York House for quite some time. It is one of the very best mansion blocks in Marylebone and the classical red brick Edwardian architecture has been beautifully restored. As a developer I am always looking for unique and special properties. There are several features a property must have for me to consider it, including high ceilings, well-proportioned rooms, lots of light and an excellent location.
This apartment required significant renovation, which took about 10 months to complete. We took time maximise the space and create a layout that works for modern living. The open plan reception room and kitchen has been thoughtfully designed to make the most of the space, and it has been fitted with Miele appliances and Carrerra marble worktops. The principal bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and luxurious walk in closet. The second double bedroom makes use o f the shower room accessed from the hallway fitted with Statuario marble tiles, Crosswater taps and Duravit fittings.
My vision was to transform this space into a completely modern and stylish home, renovated and fitted to the highest standards.
In this part of Marylebone there is a real sense of community, with a thriving array of local independent businesses. It really does have a ‘village’ feel, but of course you are right in the centre of London, and within easy reach all the art galleries, museums and shops that you could possibly want! Right on your doorstop is 67 York Street Art Studios, The Little Shoe Shop, and you can even get your caviar fix at Attilus Caviar Shop.
This area of Marylebone has also turned in to a hub for food lovers. The Grazing Goat and Duke of Wellington are go-to spots for locals on a Sunday. At the bottom of Seymour Place you are spoilt for choice with fine dining options including Donostia, Bernadi’s. Or for a vegan option head to The Gate. Boxcar Deli on Crawford Street serves up the best coffee in the area. The cinnamon buns are pretty good too.
Marylebone High Street, Regents Park, and Hyde Park are all within walking distance. Both Baker Street and Marylebone stations are close by making commuting around the city easy.”
"It really does have a 'village' feel, but of course you are right in the centre of London, and within easy reach all the art galleries, museums and shops that you could possibly want!''