How would you like to stay in a flat located in a blissful area in London? It should be a quieter part of the city and not too far from where the shops are. You should be able to access restaurants and bars with as much ease as you would art galleries, museums, the zoo and other places of interest. The area should be scenic and yet well connected to the bright lights. Well, Marylebone fits the bill quite neatly. The village of Marylebone in the City of Westminster in the inner city area of Central London is very beautiful and much has remained the same almost since the area was formalized in 1885. It is predominantly a residential area and that's the main reason why there is a fair rush to find suitable flats to let in Marylebone though the property sale business is not exactly booming.
When you discuss the various flats with the estate agents in Marylebone you'll get to appreciate the true value of this grand area. The important roads such as Oxford Street, Edgware Road, Marylebone Road and the Great Portland Street link it. Regent's Park with its boating lake and Baker Street are encompassed by the village thereby placing the Royal Academy of Music, Sherlock Holmes' residence and Madame Tussaud's all within easy reach besides the Wallace Collection that houses Europe's finest in porcelain and armor and furniture and paintings. Once you start looking around for flats to let in Marylebone you'll find that even Tate Modern, Natural History Museum, V&A Museum and the National Portrait Gallery are all easy to access. That's not all. Within easy reach are the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London, the River Thames and the London Eye besides the Buckingham Palace.
Estate agents in Marylebone will advise you about the exquisite penthouse flat with a great view in Kensington. There are flats to let in Marylebone on Weymouth Street and Regents' Park too.
You have to advise the estate agents in Marylebone about your personal requirements in terms of the size of the flat and the preferred location within the area.