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Marylebone Removal Service

Marylebone Removal ServicesLondon has so much to see, so much to do and so much to offer. The entire city is a bustling and diverse region where there is always things going on and to discover. If you have lived in the same part of London your whole life then you are really missing out. Do you reside in Marylebone and want to move? Then get in contact with MaryleboneRemovals.com and we'll put you on the path to a new home.

Marylebone is one of the oldest areas in London and was originally a village. It is boarded by Oxford Street, Edgware Road, Great Portland Street and Marylebone Road, is the home to many different medical and dentists offices, which are mostly centred around Harley Street. Thanks to strong transport links at the Jubilee station in Baker Street has become one of the most popular areas in the city.

Marylebone Man and VanThe area is named for a church dedicated to St Mary, which later became the St. Marylebone Parish Church in 1817. The original church was built alongside a stream that gives the vicinity its curvy grid pattern. Tyburn manor is mention in the Domesday book of 1086, listed as belonging to Barking Abbey. In time the hall's possession passed from Robert de Verre to Thomas Hobson and later Henry VIII and remained under ownership of the crown for many years.

House Removals MaryleboneMuch of the area was constructed under the Portman family who still run the estates today but a great deal of the land is run by the Howard de Walden Estate. Marylebone became known for unruly entrainment in the 18th Century, with duels, boxing and even bear bear-baiting being a common sight in Marylebone fields. The district was known as the Metropolitan Borough of St Marylebone between 1899 to 1965 but merged with the Metropolitan Borough of Paddington and Westminster to create the City of Westminster.

Many of Marylebone's streets are famous in themselves, with homes of Mansfield Street boasting some of the most attractive and expensive buildings in all of London. Chandos House in in Chandos Street was formerly used as the Austro-Hungarian embassy and Wimpole street is known for its many famous former residents such as Arthur Conan Doyle, John Lennon and Elizabeth Barret Browning. The mansion in Manchester Square is home to a handsome garden and features the world famous Wallace Collection, with has some of the finest examples of 18th Century French art. The area has a significant connection with legendary detective Sherlock Holmes, with his fictional address of 221B Baker Street being in Marylebone.

Moving ServicesThe list of notable residents who have called Marylebone their home is immense. Literary master Charles Dickens lived in Marylebone Lane, with other notable writers such as H.G. Wells, former MP Edward Gibbon, Wilkie Collins, Dodie Smith and Alexander Hewat. Many great artists have resided here such as William Coldstream, Patrick Procktor and Stephen Ward. From philosophers such as A.J. Ayer, to musicians such as the Beatles, Adam Ant, Jimi Hendrix, Noel Gallagher and Jacqueline du Pre, as well as actors including Norman Wisdom and Barbara Winsor, former Prime minister Pitt the Elder, sportsman Joe Cole and Bipper Pat Daly and even "Father of the Computer" Charles Babbage have all come from or lived in Marylebone.

With it's long spanning history, it's high class living and a list of great or notable formers inhabitants that it too long to list Marylebone is the X on the cultural map of London and you too could join the pantheon of immortals have called this place home.