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Lisson Street

£4,134.42 pcm

Lisson Street NW1...

£4,134.42 pcm
The Marylebone Marble
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Lisson Street

£4,134.42 pcm

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Available from: 26/02/2024

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The Marylebone Marble

This one-bedroom apartment is situated in the idyllic area of Marylebone. Located on the first floor, this beautiful London flat can comfortably accommodate up to four people. The smoke-free property features a living room, a bedroom, a bathroom, and a kitchen.

The living room is equipped with a comfortable sofa that turns into a sofa bed , a dining table and a Smart TV. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances and includes all the cooking utensils that you could need when preparing a quick snack or your evening dinner. The bedroom is equipped with a double-sized bed. The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub.

To make the property feel like a home away from home, we offer complimentary WiFi and our complimentary range of luxury amenities:
- Fresh, high-quality linen and towels
- Eco-friendly luxury toiletries including shampoo, conditioner, soap, body wash, shower gel
- Tea and coffee

Little Venice is a nice place to visit for a walk. Edgeware Road is full of vibrant life such as restaurants and cafes. Marble Arch and Oxford Street are 20 minutes walk South of the property. Regent’s Park is 20 minutes walk to the East of the property. Hyde Park is 20 minutes walk Southwest of the property. Madam Tussauds is on Old Marylebone Road which is 15 minutes walk and so is Baker Street.

Historic Charm: Marylebone is characterized by its Georgian and Victorian architecture, cobbled streets, and elegant townhouses. It has managed to preserve much of its historic character while evolving into a trendy neighborhood.

Shopping: The Marylebone High Street is a hub for boutique shopping. You can find a variety of independent shops, designer boutiques, and specialty stores offering everything from fashion and homeware to artisanal goods.

Cultural Attractions: Marylebone is home to several cultural institutions, including the Wallace Collection, an art museum with an impressive collection of paintings, furniture, and porcelain. The area also boasts the Sherlock Holmes Museum, dedicated to the fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Green Spaces: Regent's Park, one of London's largest and most beautiful parks, is just a stone's throw away from Marylebone. It's a great place for a stroll, picnics, or enjoying the scenic surroundings.

Dining: Marylebone offers a diverse range of dining options, from high-end restaurants to cozy cafes and pubs. You can savor international cuisine, including French, Italian, Japanese, and British food.

Chiltern Street: Chiltern Street, located in the heart of Marylebone, is known for its chic boutiques, cafes, and trendy dining spots. It's a fashionable destination for both residents and visitors.

Transport: Marylebone benefits from excellent transportation links. Marylebone station (10 minutes walk East of the property) is a major railway terminus with services to various destinations, including Birmingham and Oxford. Euston station and Kings Cross station is situated on the East of the property and is 15 minutes via the underground. Additionally, the Baker Street and the Edgeware Road Underground stations provide access to the London Underground network.

Regent's University London: This university is located within Regent's Park and adds an academic and youthful atmosphere to the area.

Private Healthcare: Marylebone is home to some of London's most prestigious private medical clinics and hospitals, making it a sought-after area for healthcare services.

Residential Appeal: Many affluent residents and expatriates choose Marylebone as their home due to its quiet, residential streets and proximity to central London's attractions.

Cosmopolitan Vibe: While steeped in British tradition, Marylebone has a cosmopolitan atmosphere, with residents and visitors from diverse backgrounds contributing to its dynamic and multicultural community.

Baker Street: This famous street in Marylebone is known for its connection to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. You can visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum and explore the area's history.

Restaurants:
Duck & Waffle Local: Offering a more casual version of the famous Duck & Waffle restaurant, this spot specializes in comforting British and European dishes, including their signature duck and waffle dish.


Chiltern Firehouse: A trendy and upscale restaurant located in a former fire station, Chiltern Firehouse serves modern European cuisine with a focus on fresh and seasonal ingredients. It's a celebrity hotspot.

The Providores and Tapa Room: Known for its fusion of New Zealand and Mediterranean flavors, this restaurant offers a diverse menu with small plates and sharing dishes, as well as a popular brunch menu.

Dishoom Marylebone: Similar to the Covent Garden branch, this Dishoom location offers Bombay canteen-style dining with a menu full of delicious Indian dishes.

La Petite Maison: A renowned French restaurant serving Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, La Petite Maison is famous for its fresh seafood and exquisite desserts.


Pubs:
The Coach Makers Arms: A traditional English pub with a modern twist, this cozy spot offers a selection of craft beers, ciders, and classic pub fare in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Golden Eagle: A historic pub dating back to 1893, The Golden Eagle retains its traditional charm. It's a great place for a pint of ale and hearty British pub food.
The Marylebone: This stylish pub and dining room offers a diverse menu with British and European influences, as well as an extensive selection of wines and cocktails.
The Harcourt: A gastropub with a focus on seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, The Harcourt offers a menu that combines British and European flavors. It has a chic and inviting ambiance.
The Royal Oak: A traditional British pub with wooden beams and a cozy atmosphere, The Royal Oak serves a range of ales and classic pub dishes, making it a popular spot for locals.
We offer custom pricing for any duration, with rates varying based on exact move-in and move-out dates. Rates start from 3691.45.

Maximum Guests: 5

Credit Cards Accepted
Housekeeper Optional
Laundry Service Optional

Minimum days of stay: 90
Maximum days of stay: 179

STAMP DUTY CALCULATOR

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is payable on purchasing a property over a certain value. The amount of tax varies depending on the value of the house and the status of the buyer.



Stamp Duty:

Effective Rate
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Tax Band % Taxable Sum Tax
less than £500k
0
£500k to £925k
5
£925k to £1.5m 10
rest over £1.5m 12

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Property Type : Apartment

Letting classification : Short Let

Equipped Kitchen

Washing Machine: Common

Oven

Heated Water System: BottleGas

Heating System: CentralBuilding

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Available from: 26/02/2024

Property Type : Apartment

1 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

Letting classification : Short Let

Equipped Kitchen

Washing Machine: Common

Oven

Heated Water System: BottleGas

Heating System: CentralBuilding

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