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Chiltern Court,  NW1

Set on the fourth floor of this prestigious apartment block in Marylebone is this beautiful four bedroom family apartment
regents park
2,022 sq. ft  / 188 sq. m
Rent Price
£1,850 per week
Set on the fourth floor of this prestigious apartment block in Marylebone is this four bedroom apartment (measuring 2022 Sq Ft / 188 Sq Mt.) Sensitively refurnished by the owners to create a modern and beautifully presented family apartment, with modern conveniences while still retaining the period features such as original parquet flooring, and fireplaces. Chiltern Court benefits from a 24 hour concierge service, and residents have an opportunity to enjoy access to the Park Square Gardens via negotiation. Heating and hot water is included within the rental price. Conveniently located close to Regents Park and within easy walking distance to the world class shops and restaurants of Marylebone High Street and the West End. Nearby transports links include Baker Street (Hammersmith & City, Bakerloo, Metropolitan, Circle, and Jubilee lines) and Marylebone Station (National Rail) This property is Council Tax Band - G London Borough of Westminster City
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  • 24 Conceirge
  • Four bedrooms
  • Beautiful parquet flooring
  • Wonderful natural light
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Owner's Notes

History of the building - when it opened in 1929 Chiltern Court was said to have opened a new chapter of advancement in residential flat technique, at the same time providing a contribution of ‘pleasing significance’ to London’s social life. The building now, as it did then, occupies a dominant position in one of the most accessible districts of London. In boldness and elegance of design, Chiltern Court reaches a standard that in 1929 was unsurpassed. It was so planned that there was not a discordant note in its architecture or colouring, and so arranged that each of its thousand rooms enjoyed the maximum of sunlight and air. In 1929 the building contained nearly a million square fee of floor space and was divided into 180 suites of flats of varying size. The governing idea in the planning of the flats was to secure quiet un-obstructive luxury combined with the highest degree of comfort and convenience and nothing was spared to achieve that.
Two former notable residents include the authors H.G. Wells (the renowned English novelist, journalist, sociologist and historian best known for science fiction novels such as The Time Machine and War of the Worlds) and Arnold Bennett (best known for his novels such as Old Wives Tale, and his short stories.)
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