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Marylebone Surveyors


Buying or Selling a property in Marylebone?

A building survey will save you time and money
Free phone 0800 298 5424 for a free survey quote

Marylebone Building Surveys

The best building survey money can buy giving you peace of mind

We are Independent Building Surveyors working for you


Marylebone Example Surveys

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Building Surveys from Marylebone Surveyors

Buying a property in Marylebone?

A structural building survey from Marylebone Surveyors is essential when purchasing a property in Marylebone.

Tick-green copy 27 Reasons why you should have a building survey from Marylebone Surveyors
  1. All our Surveyors are independent Surveyors working with your interests at heart – not working for an estate agent or mortgage lender – we are impartial
  2. Clear, detailed Executive Summaries enabling you to understand the property and any issues
  3. Our Surveyors will meet you at the property where you can talk about any issues or plans for the property
  4. Negotiate, negotiate, negotiate – a building survey from Marylebone Surveyors will assist you in the negotiation process saving you money on your next property
  5. All our Surveyors use state of the art surveying equipment ensuring you get the best service
  6. All our surveys contain many survey photos including aerial view – 360 photos to make sure you are clear regarding any property issue or area of concern
  7. We provide a fast and accurate surveying service – we understand the property market and provide building surveys swiftly to enable you to make the best decision

Marylebone Building Surveyors

Marylebone Building Surveyors

Marylebone Surveyors provide structural surveys of properties in Marylebone and the surrounding areas of London.

Our Surveyors are always happy to provide building surveys tailored to your individual requirements with surveys not only including descriptions, photos and survey sketches of any property issues but with information as to how to resolve problems and anticipated costs too.

Marylebone Surveyors provide structural building surveys that give you peace of mind and by identifying property issues this allows you to negotiate and get the best price for the property – uncovering one problem can recoup the cost of the building survey.

Marylebone, London. NW1.

Visit Marylebone

Sandwiched between Regent’s Park and Mayfair, Marylebone is a sought after area of London with several tourist attractions and stunning Georgian, Regency and Victorian properties.

Brief history of Marylebone

The area of Marylebone, after the dissolution of the monasteries, was acquired by Henry VIII who then turned the area into hunting grounds. This land later became Regent’s Park to the north with the southern area becoming an area for a small community by the banks of the Tyburn, a tributary of the River Westbourne.

St Mary’s-by-the-Bourne was the local church for the area, which later transformed into Marylebone. The area of Marylebone expanded rapidly during the late 18th century with buildings being erected becoming part of the city of London.

Marylebone – famous streets

Marylebone is an area of London famous for several streets synonymous with fictional characters, professions and for shopping.

Baker Street

The fictional detective Sherlock Holmes is synonymous with Baker Street with tourists visiting 221B Baker Street depicted in the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle books as his home with Doctor Watson.

221B Baker Street is a museum dedicated to the detective however is not located at 221 Baker Street as there is no such address as 221 Baker Street! In the fictional book it is said that Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived at 221B Baker Street from 1881 to 1904 however this address did not exist as the Baker Street numbers only stretched into the 100s – hence this was a fictional address. Later the buildings in Baker Street were renumbered to include 221B, which included the Abbey National Building Society. However the Abbey National Building Society was inundated with mail relating to Sherlock Holmes which at first they continued to receive until they vacated the premises with today what is in fact 239 Baker Street Sherlock Holmes Museum being known as 221B Baker Street after special permission from the City of Westminster granted this address.

Harley Street

The London Street synonymous with the medical profession is Harley Street, which in 1820 was laid out and part of a grid system of streets by the architect John Price.  Harley Street takes its name from Edward Harley, Earl of Oxford who was married to Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles who inherited the estate from her late father John Holles, the Duke of Newcastle.  Harley Street runs parallel to Regent Street and is located from Marylebone Road to the north and Wigmore Street to the south.  Harley Street is lined with elegant Georgian mansions, which are the practices of some of the world’s leading doctors, surgeons and healthcare practitioners.

From Florence Nightingale who worked in 1 Harley Street at a hospital for gentlewomen to the artist J.M.W Turner who once resided at 64 Harley Street the street has had some very notable people who have either lived or worked in Harley Street.

Wimpole Street

Wimpole Street running from Henrietta Place southwards to Weymouth Street northwards where it becomes Upper Wimpole Street is an elegant street with fine examples of Edwardian and Georgian architecture and a few luxury apartment blocks built in the 1950s and 1960s.

Wimpole Street was called a “long unlovely street” by Lord Tennyson in the poem he wrote Dark House however numerous people have found the street to be inspirational in regards to music, literature, plays and film.  Wimpole Street was home to Elizabeth Barrett the Victorian poet prior to her elopement and later home to Beatle Paul McCartney who with John Lennon wrote songs together in the basement and attic of 57 Wimpole Street.