.Reposing on the other side of the cobbles to the inimitable rounded stone portico of St Mary€s Church, is Number Eight, Wyndham Place.
Embellished with wrought iron railings and an austere, black painted doorway, in its Georgian-style of architecture (designed by Prince Charles preferred architect Quinlan Terry), Number Eight is delightfully symmetrical to the eye.
Tranquilly tucked back from one of the main thoroughfares of Marylebone, experience all the convenience of London life; without the accompanying city soundtrack.
Residents parking on the street is available should you require, though transportation links are all around.
Enter into a small porch area, where there is hanging space for coats and storage for shoes, before taking the wide, wooden steps up to the main hallway, off which the lounge and dining kitchen await.
Brass switches and light fittings add homely, old school charm to this quaint house, with a plaster cherub containing sconce lighting on the wall.
Slip through a set of double doors to the right and into a light and inviting lounge, coated in robust wooden flooring, perfectly suited to the character of Number Eight.
High ceilings feature throughout the home, the ceiling in the lounge embellished with an ornate ceiling rose, within which an elegant candelabra-style light fitting is suspended.
Neutrally decorated throughout, a traditional fireplace with gas fire captivates the eye in this inviting room. Curl up in front of the glow of the recreation coals, a cosy room in which to snuggle up in the winter months, listening to the chiming of the church bells opposite.
Next on the right, is the dining kitchen. Cleverly designed and comprehensively compact, the kitchen itself occupies the space located beneath the stairs, resulting in a contemporary-feel lower ceiling than the main dining area to the right, graced with a high airy ceiling.
Glossy white units house an array of storage, whilst also concealing built in appliances including a dishwasher, electric oven, fridge, freezer, and microwave. An induction hob is inset into the white quartz worktops.
Set before the tall, original sash windows, space for a large dining table. Contemporary and classic come hand in hand in this kitchen-dining room.
Returning along the hallway, sneak a peek at the storage available beneath the stairs € perfect for vacuum, mop and cleaning supplies.
At the foot of the stairs, take a moment to bask in the light streaming down from the skylight in the landing ceiling above, cascading illumination downward.
Take the spindled staircase up to the first floor, where bedroom two is set overlooking Wyndham Place cobbles at the front.
A feature pendant light, befitting of the home€s grandeur is suspended from the high ceiling above, while a trio of built-in wardrobes provides ample storage for clothes to one wall.