Welbeck Street, Marylebone, W1

Price From £1,650 pw +Info Available

Price From £1,650 pw - Available Now - Furnished

A fantastic 1 bedroom serviced apartment in the heart of Marylebone.

Located on the fourth and topmost floor (no lift), this apartment offers beautiful views of central London's rooftops.

A contemporary, open-plan living room features artwork from Sam Taylor-Wood and comes complete with fully-fitted kitchen – with Neff appliances, Nespresso coffee machine, integrated dishwasher and breakfast bar – and dining area. A Pieff chrome and glass table has dining space for two on stylish Bertoia chairs, perfect for entertaining. The space is also ideally set up for work or relaxation with a desk, two cordless VoIP telephones and a 40" flatscreen smart TV.

A master bedroom, with super-king size bed, fitted wardrobes and a 32" smart TV, faces the peaceful rear of the building. There's also a separate bathroom, with bath and shower, utility room, with washer-dryer and additional storage space, and underfloor heating throughout.

Weekly rates include
-All utilities and council tax
-Twice-weekly housekeeping service with full linen change
-Wireless high-speed internet access
-Smart TV with Full Sky TV package and streaming capabilites
-24-hour telephone concierge providing grocery shopping, theatre bookings, dinner reservations etc
-Welcome provisions on arrival including a day pass to The Third Space Health Club, REN skincare products, and a selection of Nespresso coffee capsules

Important Notice: We have prepared these property particulars as a general guide to a broad description of the property. All photographs, floorplans, measurements and distances referred to are given as a guide only.

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