OneTwentyFour Marylebone has reached completion, reports architect Darling Associates.
The apartments range from a studio to three bedroom duplex entered via stunning timber doors with bronze trim. No layout is repeated more than twice in the scheme, ensuring residents benefit from a unique and personalised offering. All feature bespoke Miele kitchens with white Corian work tops, timber flooring and marble polished bathrooms. The two bedroom apartments also include spacious balconies to enjoy the fantastic central London views.
The three bedroom duplex apartments offer excellent floor to ceiling heights, a feature staircase, generous storage, family space with large open living and dining areas, a master bedroom with a large en-suite and dressing room, and two further bedrooms with bathrooms.
The penthouses also feature three bedrooms and focus on bringing the outside in, with private roof terraces providing striking views across the London skyline. A bespoke designer staircase features in each, with dark steel vertical elements. The bedrooms are spacious, with the master bedroom including a marble polished en-suite and dressing room. Beautiful pieces of art by Anna Masters highlighting the history of the local area are featured in each penthouse.
Katherine McCulloch, development director of Merchant Land, comments: “Seymour Place is one of the few remaining prime areas where there is potential for uplift; it is priced at 30 per cent less than Marylebone village, but still enjoys the enviable location and amenities offered by this truly beautiful neighbourhood.
Most of Marylebone is a conservation area, home to a number of listed buildings, with Georgian architecture and attractive new builds drawing affluent home buyers and A-list celebrities to the area. It has become known as a quintessential London village bursting with charm and individuality and is therefore the perfect location for OneTwentyFour W1; a truly beautiful London neighbourhood with a village flavour.”