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24 hour concierge
Air Conditioning
all bills Included
Allocated Parking Space
Available Now
Balcony with views towards the River Thames
Bicycle Parking
Confort Cooling
Furnished / Unfurnished
Immaculate Conditions
Newly Built
Private cinema room
Private gym
Safe Residential Area
Shared Ownership
Swimming Pool
Top Floor
TV Cable
Underfloor Heating
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Wireless Internet
Zero Deposit
Full Address: Waterdale Manor House, 20 Harewood Ave, Marylebone, London NW1 6JX, UK
Simple Address: Marylebone
ZIP Code: NW1
Country: GB

Short Let – 2 bedroom to rent in Waterdale Manor House, Harewood Avenue, Marylebone.

Short Let – 2 bedroom to rent in Waterdale Manor House, Harewood Avenue, Marylebone.

This splendid one bedroom has been developed to a state of art design!

Once you enter the flat, you will be surprised by the attention to details of the various luxury elements. The open plan living room features a large living area, fireplace, kitchen with modern island, drier and washing machine modern fridge.

From the living room, you can access your private balcony. The 2 bedrooms (one of which ensuite) benefits from large windows, allowing a large amount of light bathing the area, wardrobe, and closets. The 2 bathrooms are tiled with marble and offer bathrobe and shower.

Waterdale Manor House is a prestigious block in Marylebone. It benefits from 24/7 porter, parking facilities, security and CCTV Cameras.


Waterdale Manor House is ideally located close to Marylebone Station and BNP Paribas Bank.

t has often been said that London is really a series of interconnecting villages, each with their own distinct identities, resulting from all the different settlements that once occupied this sprawling city mass. In many of these areas you can walk for a few minutes and find yourself somewhere entirely different in both atmosphere and amenities, and no where is this more true than Marylebone.

Situated just five minutes walk from the crowded throng of Oxford Street, affluent and eclectic Marylebone is a genteel micro-community of independent shops, fine restaurants, charming delicatessens and street-side cafes, all laid out on a rational grid system punctured by leafy garden squares. It couldn’t be more of a contrast to the busy shopping street, having more in common with areas such as Knightsbridge, although it’s arguable retained a little more historical charm due to the reduced number of modern housing developments. This is largely due to the fact that most of Marylebone is still owned by aristocratic estates – a unique position that has helped protect the area from too much change and allowed it to maintain a quaint atmosphere.

Similar to South Kensington in many ways, you’re also likely to find a large European community here, particularly Parisians, as well as city executives and well-paid professionals. Despite the proximity to the expansive greenery of Regents Park to the north and Hyde Park to the south west it’s not particularly popular with families, so most residents are couples who love to patronise all the local bars and restaurants, or wealthy investors who use the area as a base when in London.

If that’s still not enough to convince you, Marylebone is also home to the world-famous Harley Street, so as a resident you’ll be a short walk to some of the best medical care in the city. Add to that a high street so lovely it has won awards (Marylebone High Street was once voted best in Britain by Radio 2), and you’ve got no reason not to love life as a Marylebone resident – just as long as you can afford the exorbitant rents…


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