The rise of Marylebone village as a rival location to Mayfair and Knightsbridge is clear, yet Marylebone offers something a little fresher, a little less stuffy.
A lot of cool.
Marylebone High street is now a hip and fashionable area and coupled with independent boutiques, food shops, organic cafes, garden squares, restaurants and high end fashion outlets, Marylebone has become a very desirable location.
With the renovation complete on a former office building, 10 Queen Anne Street has been transformed into five chic, luxurious apartments and a penthouse. A welcome luxury property in Marylebone.
Now these properties could be either the ultimate bachelor pad London has to offer or a good London property investment. Prime London real estate is in a good place despite the global recession.
The luxury apartments theme is minimalistic but not short on technology.
Everything from lighting to music to heating can be controlled remotely – from the sofa or via a laptop anywhere in the world.
A comfort for those that are away from their property for lengthy periods, but also really useful for everyday. Never come home to a cold dark environment again.
The finish all round is seamless, some of the best plastering London has seen. The London Luxury flats all have double aspect front to back and are flooded with light and space. The whole project is a great example of international minimalist design embedded with cutting edge technology.
The 5 apartments are priced from £2,995,000 to £5,500,000 for the duplex penthouse, (ranging from £1450/sqft to £2200/sqft) the smallest being 1670sqft with three of the apartments measuring 2500sqft. In addition, there is significant outdoor space with each apartment having at least one terrace or balcony and two of the flats have three.
Interested parties should contact Druce on +44 (0)207 935 6535 or Jackson-Stops & Staff on +44 (0)207 664 6646.
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