Marylebone Removals & Storage

We understand the importance of your belongings to you and that your move to your new home needs to be as straight-forward as possible. It’s our attention to detail and our experience of organising both home and business moves in the area, that we are the first choice for Marylebone residents.

Our teams have been moving the residents of Marylebone for over 4 decades, making our lorries a regular sight on the streets of W1 and NW1.

As we are organising removals in Marylebone so frequently, we have a great relationship with Westminster Council. Our teams will organise all the permissions needed for loading and unloading on your road.

When you have requested your free quote, one of our surveyors will arrange a time to visit you. As well as understanding all the items you need to move or that require storage, your surveyor will advise you on the most appropriate methods of packing, storing and moving your belongings. We’ll then provide you with a quote and arrange all the final details for you.

Packing & Unpacking

When it comes to packing and unpacking, our expert teams are all trained to treat your possessions with the greatest of care. From the finest works of art to the latest gadgets, they will expertly pack, move and unpack your items.

All our team members attend industry leading training at our West London training school. It is here that they learn the techniques we have perfected in over 40 years of moving homes and fine art in London and around the world

The training and experience of our teams means that you can relax while our teams move your household efficiently and carefully.

Each move we undertake is tailored to your individual needs. As part of your free survey, your surveyor will understand your requirements. We provide packing and unpacking options that cater to most budgets and your surveyor will be able to advise on the most suitable for your needs.

Storage & Viewing

Cadogan Tate’s London storage facilities in West London are conveniently located for Marylebone. We can store your belongings safely for as long as you need. For our international customers, we also offer international storage facilities in Paris, the Côte d’Azur, New York, Los Angeles and Miami.

In all our storage facilities, we provide a range of storage options including containerised storage, secure private rooms, racked commercial and archive storage. All options are covered by state-of-the-art monitoring, access control and fire detection systems. We also offer handling capabilities and inventory management where required.

Enquire now or call us on +44 (0) 20 8023 7994

Marylebone area information

Often described as an urban village, Marylebone is just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street but a world away in atmosphere. Offering a mix of period architecture and stunning new developments with convenient access to the West End on its south border and Regent’s Park to its north. Marylebone’s central location, impressive architecture and boutique shopping make it one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods.

The area is centred around Marlyebone High Street, that has become a mecca for foodies and boutique shoppers. With plenty of long term residents Marylebone has retained its local vibe, while attracting new residents and visitors alike.

Popular Residential Areas in Marylebone

Marylebone is a popular residential area in central London. The vast majority of properties are flats making up 96% of the housing stock. There are very few detached and semi-detached properties in the area, meaning the remaining 4% of the properties are terraced houses. Lateral flats are popular in Marylebone, these large flats are typically created by spanning adjoining properties.

The majority of property in Marylebone is period, with 44% dating from pre-1900. The Georgian era is when Marylebone had its first property boom, making this the predominant architectural style in the area. There are also Edwardian and Victorian properties on offer, including mansion flats and pretty mews properties. In recent years the area has had a number of premium developments, so if you are after a new build there are a variety to choose from.

Marylebone – W1H

North of Marble Arch the W1H postcode is bounded by the A5 and Marylebone Road. At its centre lie Bryanston Square and Montague Square, built as part of the Portman Estate between 1810 and 1815. These squares are divided by mews and offer excellent examples of Georgian period properties.

Character: Elegant squares and avenues of Georgian and later period properties.

Resident profile: Wealthy families and long term residents

Best addresses: Bryanston Square, Montague Square

Flat Prices: £0.75M to £5M

House Prices: £4M to £8M

Marylebone – W1U

Covering the area west of Marylebone High Street to Gloucester Place, W1U includes Baker St, Portman Square, Manchester Square and Paddington Street Gardens.

Character: Neat streets with a mix of architectural styles from the Gothic red brick of Chiltern Street, to classic Georgian facades.

Resident profile: Families, media, long term and international residents

Best addresses: Chiltern Street and various Mews streets tucked away in the area

Flat Prices: £0.5M to £5.5M

House Prices: £3M to £6M

Marylebone – W1G

Spanning from the east of Marylebone High Street to Portland place, this area of Marylebone includes the medical district of Harley Street.

Character: Long streets of mixed period architecture and quiet mews.

Resident profile: Families and international residents with the proximity of a number of embassies.

Best addresses: Devonshire Place, Harley Street, Wimpole Street.

Flat Prices: £0.5M to £8M

House Prices: £1.2M to £8M

Regents Park West

The elegant white terraces of Regents Park West are home to some of London’s finest properties.

Character: Palatial houses and flats overlooking one of London’s finest parks.

Resident profile: Highly wealthy and famous

Best addresses: Cornwall Terrace, York Terrace

Flat Prices: £5M to £25M+

House Prices: £1M to £4.5M

Lisson Grove (NW1 5, NW1 6, NW8 8)

To the North of Marylebone Road up to the border with St John’s Wood, Lisson Grove incorporates Marylebone Station and Baker Street tube station.

Character: The south side of Lisson Grove, is very similar in nature to the more traditional areas of Marylebone. Moving north the properties lose their architectural appeal with a higher density of post 1950s properties and ex local authority properties.

Best addresses: Baker Street, Dorset Square, Cabbell Street

Flat Prices: £0.3M to £7.5M

House Prices: £1M to £4.5M

Marylebone’s shopping districts

Marylebone High Street

The High Street is a central attraction of Marylebone. The landowner’s decision to curate the shops it leases to, has led to a vibrant and interesting shopping scene. Marylebone High Street’s mix of local boutiques and international brands that sit comfortably together, with its plethora of world class restaurants and cafes has created one of London’s shopping destinations. Its character is a village vibe, with locals shopping and eating on their doorstep, meaning you will never feel like a tourist in your local neighbourhood.

Moxton Street

Just off Marylebone High Street is Moxton Street. With its handful of shops, it’s a foodie destination. La Fromagerie, The Ginger Pig and Rococo Chocolates are destinations in themselves. As it’s directly off Marylebone High Street, you can also make the most of what the High Street has to offer.

Oxford Street

Not strictly in Marylebone, Oxford Street is the southern boundary of Marylebone. As one of the busiest shopping streets in London and home to the department stores of Selfridges and John Lewis, it is conveniently located for residents of Marylebone.

Schools in Marylebone

As a largely residential area, Marylebone has a good selection of schools. Its central location and transport links also give residents a wider selection of schools to choose from.

Primary Schools – 3 to 11 years

Christ Church Bentinck CofE Primary School

Church of England, Voluntary aided school, 3 to 11 years, Mixed

Christ Church School

Church of England, Voluntary aided school, 3 to 11 years, Mixed

Hampden Gurney CofE Primary School

Church of England, Voluntary aided school, 3 to 11 years, Mixed

St Edward’s Catholic Primary School

Roman Catholic, Voluntary aided school, 3 to 11 years, Mixed

St Mary’s Bryanston Square CofE School

Church of England, Voluntary aided school, 3 to 11 years, Mixed

St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School

Roman Catholic, Voluntary aided school, 3 to 11 years, Mixed

Preparatory Schools

Wetherby Preparatory School

Independent, 7 – 11 years, Boys

Through Schools – 3 to 18 years

Abingdon House School

Independent, 5 to 15 years, Mixed

Ark King Solomon Academy

Academy sponsor led, 3 to 18 years, Mixed

International Community School

Independent, 3 to 19 years, Mixed

L’ecole Internationale Franco-Anglaise Ltd

Independent, 2 to 18 years, Mixed

Portland Place School

Independent, 8 to 18 years, Mixed

Secondary Schools – 11 to 18 years

Francis Holland School

Independent, 11 to 18 years, Girls

Halcyon London International School

Independent, 11 to 18 years, Mixed

Queen’s College London

Independent school, 11 to 18 years, Girls

Southbank International School

Independent school, 11 to 18 years, Mixed

The St Marylebone CofE School

Academy, Church of England, 11 to 18 years, Girls

Wetherby Senior School

Independent, 11 to 18 years, Boys

Leading estate agents in Marylebone

Chestertons Estate Agents




Fraser & Co

Kay & Co

Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward

Knight Frank

Marsh & Parsons

Robert Irving Burns



Restaurants and Hotels

Over the past 20 years Marylebone has become a foodie destination. If you’re a foodie it’s likely that the restaurants, cafes and delis of the neighbourhood are as much of a draw as its central location and impressive architecture.

There’s a wide selection of cuisines on offer, from Michelin star restaurants, to laid back locals, you’ll always find something to suit your mood.

For a comprehensive list of restaurants in Marylebone, see the SquareMeal website.

Marylebone has a selection of well-appointed hotels from the media magnet Chiltern Firehouse to the classic Langham. For a listing of local Marylebone hotels, the Telegraph’s site is comprehensive.

Things to do in Marylebone

There is plenty to do on the doorstep in Marylebone to keep both long term residents and their visitors from ever getting bored.

The Sherlock Holmes Museum

Visit the museum dedicated to Marylebone’s most famous fictional resident. This museum is located in 221b Baker Street the address of the fictional character. It is as eccentric as the character himself, housing everything from a lifesize Doctor Watson, to a replica study and murder weapons.

Regent’s Park

An oasis at all times of the year, Regent’s Park is one of London’s Royal Parks and a wonderful green space. Perfect for picnics in summer. It has an Open Air Theatre and is home to London Zoo.

The Cockpit Theatre

One of London’s leading fringe theatre venues featuring a rich schedule of new works and re-imagined classics from emerging companies.

Wallace Collection

A free to enter gallery with an extensive collection of 18th century French art, including paintings from the Old Masters, furniture and other artworks. One of London’s lesser known gems.

Daunt Books

An impressive Edwardian bookshop, with thousands of books on display in its custom built interior. It is renowned for its extensive travel collection, making it a must visit for travel inspiration.

L’atelier des Chefs

Hone your culinary skills at this cookery school offering short themed cooking classes.

Wigmore Hall

A world-renowned concert and recital hall, specialising in solo classical and chamber music performances. With a regular performance schedule, Wigmore Hall is popular with classical music enthusiasts.


A restaurant with a difference. Offering a seasonal lunch menu and an advanced booking only guest chef line-up for dinner – Carousel has something for even the most restaurant weary of diners. It also doubles up as a creative hub with a regular series of food and art events.

Marylebone Farmers Market

If Marylebone’s delicatessens aren’t enough for you, Marylebone hosts a farmers market every Sunday from 10am to 2pm. With around 40 stalls every week you can find everything from homemade pasta to oysters. Perfect for stocking up with gastronomic delights for the week ahead.

Everyman Cinema

A boutique cinema offering food, wine and retro sweets. The perfect venue to watch the latest blockbuster in style.

London Zoo

A destination for animal lovers, London Zoo has a wide variety of animals. With events and opportunities to meet giraffes, meerkats, monkeys and penguins, it is a fun day out for all ages.

Marylebone Removals and Storage Marylebone

Cadogan Tate has been working in Marylebone for over 40 years. In that time our removals team has built up plenty of experience and local knowledge, so we can plan your move with precision. We have a good relationship with Westminster City Council to ensure that we can arrange for all relevant permits on your behalf.

If you are moving to or from Marylebone, please get in touch to start working on your bespoke moving plan today.

Enquire now or call us on +44 (0) 20 8023 7994

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