PeopleMan is delighted to present Marylebone Apartments, (recently renovated with brand new fixtures as of September 2019). These bright, two bedroom elegant apartments are situated on Daventry Street, Marylebone. Ideally located on a quiet residential street, moments from Marylebone station, the apartments benefit from a superb living space with bright, neutral interiors throughout.
Regents Park and Primrose Hill and The Sherlock Holmes Museum is moments away and a wonderful range of shops and department stores including Matches Fashion, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Montgomery, House of Fraser, Selfridges London, Next, REISS to name just a few. Not forgetting numerous cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants can be found around Baker Street and Marleybone High Street including Bill’s, Pure, Wok to Walk, Bella Italia, Reubens Restaurant, FishWorks, The Providores, Orrery, Le Pain Quotidien, The Ivy Cafe Marylebone, 108 Brasserie and La Brasseria Milanese to name just a few.
Daventry Street has excellent transport links, with two tube stations and an over ground train station all within a six-minute walk.
Marylebone Apartments have excellent facilities for a self-sufficient and flexible stay, including a fully equipped kitchen and two bathrooms. The property is within a short walk to Oxford Street.
The apartments are ideally located a short walk from Baker Street underground station (Metropolitan, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, Zone 1) with easy access to Canary Wharf via the Jubilee line in less than 30 minutes. Marylebone station is also just around the corner, offering both National Rail (zone 10 and underground services (Bakerloo line, zone 1).
Madame Tussauds in London has been visited by around 500 million people since it first opened and attracts over 2.5 million visitors every year.
The museum was founded and named after the framed wax sculptor Marie Tussaud, who was born in Strasbourg, France in 1761.
The first exhibition of Madame Tussauds in London opened in 1835 on Baker Street but was later moved to its present location on Marleybone Road in 1894.
For more information on Madame Tussauds, click the link here
Sherlock Holmes Museum
The Sherlock Holmes Museum is a Georgian townhouse that is the purported former home of the fictional sleuth from writer Arthur Conan Doyle’s novels.
As in the books, the house bears the address of 221b Baker Street, although the museum is actually a few doors down from that number.
For more information on the Sherlock Holmes Museum, click on the link here
The Regents Park was designed in 1811 by renowned architect John Nash and includes stunning rose gardens. The park is the largest outdoor sports area in London catering for football, softball, rugby and it also has a cricket pitch.
The view from the top of Primrose Hill is one of London’s best, affording a fantastic panorama across the city.
Attractions run from the animal odors and noises of London Zoo to the enchanting Open Air Theatre.
For more information on Regents Park, click on the link here