Featuring Noble Georgian Design
Known for its distinctive red-brick Georgian architecture, Marylebone is a district that has carefully preserved its past – and Marylebone Square is a sensitive addition.
A contemporary interpretation of a classic London mansion block, it blends into its historic home with a subtle modernity that enhances its surroundings. Externally, the building is a rich palette of glazed terracotta, with intricate yet robust cast metal balustrades adding a European sensibility to the design.
«It was designed with a singular vision,» says lead architect Simon Bowden, «so it has a cohesive quality – and a distinct character that’s strengthened by the robustness of the natural materials»
A Grand Centrepiece - The Inner Courtyard
Paved with granite and lined with tall-stemmed, silver birch trees, the airy atrium garden is your sanctuary away from the hubbub with a glass-top roof allowing for ample natural light without the rain.
An elliptical lily pond reflects the sky and breezeways, contributing to the sense of solace and quietude. A state-of-the-art airflow system maintains fresh circulation between the mansion’s galleria, apartments and outside.
Your move from the sun-kissed London streets to the dappled space of the courtyard to the comfort of your private rooms becomes a seamless transition and daily delight.
A Contemporary Take On Classic Conservatory Design
The refined beauty and biophilic glory of classical conservatories and royal gardens, inspire the open courtyard - the centerpiece of the Marylebone Square design scheme.
Natural light illuminates the space, shining brilliance and casting shadows on the exquisitely landscaped courtyard and interior architecture of these remarkable residences. Sensitively designed, the Inner Courtyard ensures residents are always aware of their environment, connected to nature the minute they step outside their front doors.
A Brilliant Welcome Home, Always
A branching system of breezeways forgoes the need for internal corridors at Marylebone Square so that your welcome home is always fresh, airy, and bright. A glazed lift will take you from the reception to your floor, giving you a view of the courtyard below as you pass along the walkway to your apartment.
Your entrance comprises a semi-private front porch, providing an open yet intimate space that you are invited to make your own.
Marylebone Square is made from the highest-quality, natural materials. Luxurious yet practical, they are durable, timeless and quietly confident. The signature element of the architecture is the cast-metal balustrades, crafted by a local foundry.
In the kitchen and bathrooms, you’ll find a classic French marble, its delicate grooves and subtle copper veins elevating the interiors to give it a classic feel.
Vanity units in the bathrooms and bedrooms are made of a rich walnut veneer, adding warmth and depth to the design. To create a calming atmosphere, the courtyard is filled with plants, which, together with a stream of natural light, bring the space to life.
Whether carefully chosen or exquisitely crafted, at Marylebone Square it’s the small details that make a difference.
High-quality, natural materials such as oak flooring, bronze-coated windows and stone counter tops offer an elegant and timeless quality.
With windows on the street side and facing the courtyard, the apartment is illuminated with natural light all day. All your functional needs – from lighting to underfloor heating – are seamlessly integrated into the design.
The bedroom is spacious and elegantly crafted using high-quality natural materials. Floor- to-ceiling glass doors open out onto a private a balcony, which invites an influx of natural light into the room. For an early morning coffee or a late evening wind-down, it’s the perfect place to relax.
The bathroom features an exquisite marble-clad curved wall, which is characterised by its dappled grey surface and intricate fluting detail.
Bespoke walnut vanity units and nickel brassware complement the marble and stonework, creating a functional yet luxurious space.
Marylebone Square is Central London’s latest and only new build. A collection of 54 luxury apartments for sale, carefully chosen boutiques and restaurants, and a versatile community hall.
Owning A Piece Of History
Marylebone’s rich history makes it among the most sought after real estate in Central London. Marylebone's history starts in 1086 where the area was acquired by five aristocratic families over the course of 700 years.
Today, Marylebone is owned by two major estates – The Howard de Walden Estate and the Portman Estate, where Marylebone Square is situated between.
This tract of the most treasured turf in the city remained unclaimed – until now. Marylebone Square offers the rare opportunity to own a piece of Central London’s rich history.
At Marylebone, you are perfectly placed. Paddington and Euston stations are a short ride away, while Baker Street and Marylebone stations are right on your doorstep. Bond Street underground is a five-minute walk down the road, where the Elizabeth line will connect you to Heathrow Airport or Paris via the Eurostar.
For an evening of entertainment, hail a cab to The Royal Opera House or to London’s iconic West End – or for a spot of shopping Selfridges is your local department store. Weekend walks and relaxing summer evenings are always on the agenda with Regent’s Park a stone’s throw to the north, and Hyde Park to the south.
A Timeless Masterpiece
A contemporary interpretation of a classic London mansion block, Marylebone Square seamlessly blends into its historic surroundings where distinctive red-brick Georgian architecture are well preserved.
The building is a celebration of intricate craftsmanship and high-quality, robust materials. Outlining the grand terraces surrounded the building is a distinctive lantern frieze and arrangement of cast metal balustrades.
A Glorious Central Courtyard
What sets Marylebone Square from traditional Georgian architecture is a glorious five-level, glass-canopied courtyard that forms the living centrepiece of the development. The courtyard allows all homes the dual aspect of having natural light and air penetrate both sides.
Panoramic glazed lifts take guests up from the lobby to their floor, providing views of the open courtyard as they rise. The central pond, manicured landscaping and tall birch trees fill the space with life.Disclaimer
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