Marylebone

Marylebone Area Guide

Often referred to as Marylebone Village, this is an extremely desirable area for celebrities, footballers and overseas investors; it is also, alongside Mayfair, one of the most expensive places to live in London.

Many famous people have lived or practised in the well-known Harley Street, including the Victorian prime minister William Ewart Gladstone, the artist J. M. W. Turner, and Lionel Logue, who successfully treated King George VI for his pronounced stuttering. Today, there are more than 3,000 people employed in the Harley Street area, in clinics, medical and paramedical practices, and hospitals such as The London Clinic.

For the foodies among you, Moxon St is home to the Ginger Pig and La Fromagerie where no doubt you’ll be able to cook up a rare treat. Next door is a weekend farmers market and whilst not as popular as Borough market, is a great place to pick up local ingredients.

Baker St is of course the main attraction for tourists visiting the area with Sherlock Holmes being the most famous (and most fictional) local resident. Madam Tussauds is also a great crowd pleaser as well as the impressive planetarium.

Possibly the best feature in regards to living in this area is of course the short walk to both Regents Park and Hyde Park which arguably are the best parks within central London. You’ll also have no problem finding hotels for friends in the area, there are over 30 including the impressive Landmark Hotel with boasts an excellent restaurant and a classic British elegance and grandeur – well worth a visit for afternoon tea.

We’d love to discuss the area with you in more detail, please give one of team a call and we can arrange a meeting.

Council Tax Information

Council Tax is worked out by your local council who sets the Council Tax rates for each year. Your property postcode will determine which council you will need to pay. There is currently 1 council covering the Marylebone area, Westminster Council.

For more information about council tax bands please visit: https://www.gov.uk/pay-council-tax or see below for current rates according to tax band.

Council A B C D E F G H
Camden £906.25 £1,057.30 £1,208.33 £1,359.38 £1,661.46 £1,963.55 £2,265.63 £2,718.76
Islington £864.10 £1,008.12 £1,152.13 £1,296.15 £1,584.18 £1,872.22 £2,160.26 £2,592.30
Kensington & Chelsea £695.20 £811.07 £926.93 £1,042.80 £1,274.53 £1,506.27 £1,738.00 £2,085.60
Lambeth £826 £963 £1,101 £1,239 £1,514 £1,789 £2,065 £2,477
Southwark £805 £939 £1,073 £1,207 £1,475 £1,744 £2,012 £2,414

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