First Floor (with Lift)
Integrated AV System
Well Maintained Building
Story of the Home
“Dudley House is situated on Westmoreland Street in the heart of Marylebone Village. This impressive first floor two bedroom apartment has been completely and meticulously refurbished, all internal walls were removed and space remodelled in order to create a symmetrical and perfectly dimensioned open plan layout, making the most of the duel aspect plentiful natural light. The traditional solid timber sash windows have been carefully refurbished and reconditioned with new glass fitted. The uninterrupted natural hardwood oak flooring has been laid on an acoustic membrane and there are seamless hinge free, floor to ceiling architecturally designed doors fitted flush to the walls throughout.
The intelligently designed kitchen is from Poliform, there is a boiling hot water tap from Quooker and integrated appliances from Siemens. Both double bedrooms are fitted with bespoke cedar wood wardrobes. The bathroom is from Starck with Dornbracht fittings and large sectioned seamless limestone flooring by Kredenza.
There is thermostatically controlled underfloor heating throughout the apartment. An integrated, multi room Sonos AV system and a full safety and security system including a fire detection system with drop down fire curtain across the main living area and kitchen, intruder alarm and secure video entry.
With only 15 apartments in Dudley House, there is a real sense of community between the residents which can be lacking on other London apartment buildings. The active Resident Association ensures the building is well managed and meticulously maintained. Over the last few years there has been extensive refurbishment including a new boiler and heating system, brand new passenger lift, modern intercom system, new window sills, roof maintenance and external pointing & painting of brick work.
This part of Marylebone really does have a ‘village feel’, a rarity in London. Local retailers are mainly boutiques, restaurants are independently run and you a spoilt for choice when it comes to coffee shops and delicatessens. There is also Oxford Street, Bond Street and Mayfair on your door-step.
Regents Park, Green Park and Hyde Park are short walks away and commuting around the city is easy with Bond Street and Baker Street underground stations close by.”
"This part of Marylebone really does have a village feel, a rarity in London. Local retailers are mainly boutiques and the restaurants are independently run"