Carnarvon Road , E15 4QW

OIEO £850,000

Carnarvon Road Stratford , E15 4QW

OIEO £850,000

4 Bedroom s

1 Bath

A vastly proportioned, four bedroom Victorian semi-detached house, with the large room sizes and high ceilings of the period. You have a wealth of original features, a large rear garden, and it's all just five minutes from Maryland station.

You're nicely set back from your leafy, residential street here, with Stratford, West Ham Park and Wanstead Flats all within easy walking distance.


You'll have a colossal 1840 square feet to stretch out in (not including your basement, more of that later). Artfully restored original timber floorboards run underfoot in the hallway as you enter, flowing on into your dramatically generous 350 square foot through lounge. Bright and dual aspect, with a wood burner nestled in the exposed brick hearth, this is a superbly flexible hosting spot.

The hallway's laid open to your expansive kitchen/diner, another epic space of 330 square feet, with more vintage timber underfoot, giving way to tiling in the neat kitchen suite home to smart grey cabinets and marbled countertops. A breakfast bar segments the space, sat below pendulum lighting. An exposed brick wall runs down one side of the huge dining area leading out to your garden, where a covered patio gives way to lush lawn stretching away for around sixty feet to a raised timber deck. Tranquil.

Back inside, your ground floor's completed by a smartly appointed cloakroom/utility room. Head upstairs and your principal bedroom to the front is a splendidly spacious 270 square feet, wonderfully bright with soft peach walls, integrated wardrobes and soft carpet. Your three remaining bedrooms are all sizeable doubles, each finished in its own shade of tranquil pastel, the rear most sleeper is especially impressive, with its own bay window overlooking the garden. Finally your family bathroom features both a tub and dedicated shower cubicle.

Outside, Maryland station is just five minutes on foot for the speedy new Elizabeth line and direct, eleven minute runs to Liverpool Street, putting the City around a quarter hour away door to door. Tottenham Court Road, for the West End, is just five minutes further. Stratford is just one stop down, or alternatively a twenty minute stroll will bring you to Westfield, East Village and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. East London's finest, all on your doorstep.


- Parents have no fewer than eleven 'Outstanding' rated primary and secondary schools, all less than twenty minutes walk from your new front door. A further eighteen are rated 'Good'.
- Your basement totals 180 square feet, suitable for simple storage or further development. We've seen spaces like this turned into everything from home gyms to Tiki bars.
- West Ham Park, site of the first ever FA cup goal and home to playgrounds, courts and cafes, is less than half mile away on foot. Perfect for morning jogs and evening strolls.


  • Large Four Bedroom House
  • Double Height Bay to the Front
  • Through Reception
  • Large Kitchen Diner
  • Cellar
  • Private Rear Garden with Side Access
  • Utility Room
  • Moments to Maryland Station
Reception 1

4.12 x 5.31 (13'6" x 17'5")

13’5 "

Reception 2

3.68 x 3.52 (12'0" x 11'6")

12’1 "

Utility Room

1.97 x 1.89 (6'5" x 6'2")

6’5 "


4.55 x 7.21 (14'11" x 23'7")

14’9 "

Bedroom 1

5.57 x 4.66 (18'3" x 15'3")

18’3 "

Bedroom 2

3.69 x 3.94 (12'1" x 12'11")

12’1 "

Bedroom 3

3.52 x 2.58 (11'6" x 8'5")

11’5 "

Bedroom 4

4.58 x 3.53 (15'0" x 11'6")

15 "


2.92 x 2.56 (9'6" x 8'4")

9’6 "


2.12 x 7.93 (6'11" x 26'0")

7 "


15 (49'2")

49’2 "

Energy Performance Certificate

View the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property here.


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a word from the owner...

"The house has been the ideal family home over the past 14 years. Its spacious interior and garden has made it prefect for so many wonderful occasions, Whether that be getting a pool out in the garden in summer of having the space to put up a massive Christmas tree and room to host the whole family. The wood burning stove also makes the living room partially cozy during winter. With the introduction of the traffic calming scheme the street is now very quiet with minimal noise coming in from outside. I've really noticed the difference over the last couple of years. No joke you're more likely to hear the sound of birds than cars. The the beautiful West Ham and Olympic parks are a short walk away. As well as the soon to open V&A and Sadler's Wells theatre. The introduction of the Elizabeth line now means it’s 18 minutes to Tottenham Court Road. Which we use regularly for quick trips into central London.”

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Carnarvon Road, Stratford — Stow Brothers

Given it’s been almost a decade since the Olympic torch touched down in Stratford, it’s probably time to let this part of East London shine on its own. It truly is a destination in its own right, with a multitude of restaurants, bars and pubs cropping up in the area, and that’s before we’ve even mentioned one of the largest shopping centres in Europe. Yep, Westfield might draw most visitors to the area, but Stratford’s Market Village is a hidden gem and where you’ll get a true flavour of the community.

Of course, we do have to acknowledge the legacy of the London 2012 Games and the regeneration it brought to the area, including the soon to be opened East Bank. With the former Olympic venues open to the public, residents have an incredibly advanced sport and fitness facilities, while the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the world’s longest helter skelter, is quite literally Stratford’s standout feature.

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Carnarvon Road, Stratford — Stow Brothers
Carnarvon Road, Stratford — Stow Brothers

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Transport links

Stratford’s quite the hub. With the launch of the Crossrail, it is now on the Elizabeth line, while high-speed trains already travel between Stratford International and Ashford. The Overground runs to North London, while the Jubilee line and DLR go to Canary Wharf. Finally, London Underground’s Central line nips to the West End.

Vibrant shopping district

What can’t you get in Stratford? It really is a shopper’s delight, with everything from the luxury boutiques, high street retailers and department stores at Westfield Stratford, to the essential shops and market stalls within the Stratford Centre, and the independent stores of the East Village.

Recent regeneration/Post-Olympics

A key aim for the successful London 2012 Games bid was the wider regeneration of the area, which has resulted in one of the world’s largest cultural districts, East Bank. Universities UCL and UAL’s London College of Fashion will join the BBC, Sadler’s Wells and the V&A, opening 2022-2023.

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