A Spotlight On: West End Gate

At Berkeley Group, we aim to provide superbly designed and built homes in excellent locations. 

This month, we turn our spotlight on the stunning new homes at West End Gate to highlight all that this great space has to offer.

Where is West End Gate?

West End Gate is located in Central London, situated between the thriving community of Marylebone and the peaceful sanctuary of Little Venice.

Ideally positioned in Zone 1, West End Gate has an abundance of excellent transport links in the area. Residents are a two-minute walk from Edgware Road Station, providing convenient connections to Bakerloo, District and Circle lines. 

West End Gate is also a short walk from Paddington Station, one of the stations to be included on the new Crossrail Elizabeth line, making travelling into the city even faster.   

For frequent flyers, residents will also be pleased to know that Heathrow Airport is only 21 minutes away by public transport, ideal for business travel and holiday getaways.

Key Features of West End Gate

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A truly unique feature of West End Gate is the stunning architecture designed by the award-winning Squire & Partners. The exterior of each building stylishly blends the traditional feel of a London multistorey, with an elegant and contemporary façade. 

The Westmark, is a bold new landmark sitting at the gateway to the West End. Its gently curved form soars 29 storeys high with panoramic views which capture some of the most spectacular landmarks in London, giving lucky homeowners fantastic views of the city from their private balcony. While Asquith House looks out towards the lush greenery of Regent’s Park and Hyde Park. Each apartment has been carefully designed to provide nurturing spaces for residents to relax and unwind at the end of a busy day. 

Tranquil Outdoor Spaces 

At West End Gate, residents can enjoy the soothing sounds of the central water feature, which flows through the heart of the outdoor square and trickles over a gentle waterfall. This feature is surrounded by landscaped greenery, colourful flower beds and ornamental water lilies to create an idyllic sanctuary to help residents switch off and recharge. 

State-Of-The-Art Facilities

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Thanks to the incredible facilities at West End Gate, staying active could not be easier. The 17m swimming pool located in The Westmark building is the perfect place to wash away stress, or head to the ultra-modern gym, sauna, or steam room to sweat off a busy working day. 

Other amenities also include a designated business lounge for those important meetings, a private cinema room and a residents’ lounge and dining area to relax and socialise with your neighbours.

For the convenience of every resident, West End Gate also provides a 24-hour concierge to respond to resident queries any time of day.

Quality Design 

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Every area of West End Gate has been carefully designed for the comfort and pleasure of its occupants. 

The Westmark lobby welcomes residents with an entrance bathed in natural light and offers a selection of plush seating areas that encourage socialisation and connection.

The colour palettes and interior design intentionally vary between each building; the contemporary vertical structure of The Westmark is complemented by refined silver and grey hues, while Asquith Place feature warmer bronze tones to reflect the mansion-style influence. 

The towering design of West End Gate was carefully chosen to provide residents breath-taking views over the iconic city skyline and nearby greenery of Hyde Park and Regent’s Park.

Things to do in Marylebone

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Marylebone offers a close-knit community feel within central London.

The cafes and restaurants located throughout the area serve up delicious food all day, from trendy Caravan Fitzrovia to the refined Chiltern Firehouse. Foodies will also enjoy the weekly Farmers Market that visits every Sunday, showcasing the best in local produce.

Marylebone High Street has an assortment of boutique shops and vintage stores, including Daunt Books, one of London’s most iconic independent travel bookshops. 

For those who enjoy a stroll amongst nature, two of London’s most famous parks, Hyde Park and Regent’s Park, are situated a short walk from Marylebone village. Visitors to Regent’s Park can sail around the boating lake, soak up the sensational smells of the rose garden or visit furry friends at London Zoo. 

Marylebone also offers plenty of culture for residents; Wigmore Hall puts on over four hundred concerts a year, while the Wallace Collection is a free museum where visitors can enjoy a range of sculptures and exhibitions. 

Marylebone is also home to plenty of iconic London attractions, including The Sherlock Holmes Museum, Madame Tussauds and BBC Broadcasting House. Residents are also just a short journey away from Buckingham Palace and the iconic areas of Mayfair and Soho.

Also close to Marylebone sits the West London district of Little Venice. This charming area has tranquil canals and waterways to explore only ten minutes from Paddington Station. Take a boat ride to Lord’s Cricket Ground or sample a meal at one of the countless waterside pubs.

Whether you are a young professional or part of a couple or family, there is something for everyone of any age to enjoy at Marylebone.

West End Gate offers residents the perfect blend of a convenient central London location with the feel of a peaceful retreat that encourages relaxation and community connection.

To discover how you can secure an apartment in this unique development, head to our website now for the latest opportunities at West End Gate