Marylebone property prices up 1000% in 20 years


Recent research from estate agent Savills has found that the average price of a new sale in Marylebone has increased by 936% in the last 20 years – bringing the average sale price of a property to £1,796,119.

The research is released as Savills also claims average house prices throughout the whole of England and Wales have increased by nearly 300% in the last 20 years.

Lucian Cook, head of Savills UK residential research, said: “The 20 biggest risers are dominated by central London markets, though they also include some areas that have seen substantial gentrification over the period. This includes Queens Park and Kensal Green in Brent.”


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