Hughan Road , E15 1LS

Guide Price £525,000

Hughan Road Stratford , E15 1LS

Guide Price £525,000

3 Bedroom

1 Bath

A beautiful brick fronted, three bedroom Victorian home. Highlights include a gorgeously spacious open plan reception room and sunny south facing garden. You’re in a fab spot, less than half a mile from Maryland Station which is on the Elizabeth Line offering super speedy trains into central London, and tantalisingly close to Drapers Fields and the Olympic Village with its multiple state of the art sports facilities.


As you open your front door you step immediately into your lounge area, a wonderfully bright space thanks to the large bay window. This room and the dining room have been architecturally remodelled to create an open plan living space, with a feature arched opening between rooms. Glistening wooden flooring and a feature fireplace in the dining space adds a chic touch, with plenty of space for shelving in the recessed walls next to the fireplace. This dining space opens into your long galley style kitchen, furnished with a wealth of wall and floor units in a soft beige, with contrast dark marble style countertops. From here, you access your low maintenance rear garden, a real suntrap owing to the southerly position. At present this outdoor space is fully paved, allowing for al fresco entertaining, but there is huge potential to introduce some raised beds to add some greenery if you are that way inclined. Back inside, and your opulent family bathroom sits tucked behind the kitchen, with a lavishly large tub with shower overhead and attractive tiling. Ascending the staircase you find your three bedrooms, the largest of which sits to the front and is beautifully bright thanks to the dual windows. Built-in cupboards offer some handy storage. The other two bedrooms are also bright and snuggly affairs, with soft carpets underfoot. Both can accommodate a double bed.


- You have the extremely popular and renowned Maryland Primary School as your local, recently rated ‘Good’ with ‘Outstanding’ characteristics this popular school has been praised for its innovative curriculum and award winning outdoor space.
- Your Friday takeaway is set to become even tastier with Kotch Pizzeria as your nearest eatery, with an impressive menu of traditional Italian pizzas and desserts.
- As mentioned, the Olympic Village is a short stroll from your door. Why not try a taster session at the Velodrome and imagine you are in the 2012 gold medal winning Team GB!


  • Victorian Terrace House
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Chain Free
  • Close to Maryland Station
  • South Facing Garden
  • Freehold
Reception Room

4.30 x 6.93 (14'1" x 22'8")

14’1 "


2.13 x 3.38 (6'11" x 11'1")

7 "


2.10 x 2.48 (6'10" x 8'1")

6’9 "


4.29 x 3.16 (14'0" x 10'4")

14’1 "


2.64 x 3.18 (8'7" x 10'5")

8’7 "


2.14 x 3.21 (7'0" x 10'6")

7 "


approx. 5.0 x 4.3 (approx. 16'4" x 14'1")

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a word from the owner...

"We loved the area and being in the triangle of Leytonstone, Maryland & Forest Gate. The area benefits from great independent shops nearby including Dina Wines (less than 5 mins), a hipster vibe evening bar that holds supper clubs etc. We also spent a lot of time at Wild Goose Bakery which is a short cycle ride away. Great cycling into Epping Forest for weekend trips. We loved the Olympic Park for running and also amazing opportunities to use their sports facilities like the Velodrome and swimming pool. We also enjoyed running with our dog in Wanstead Flats as it felt very wild and open. We would often walk to Hackney Wick with lovely walks along the canal and lots of bars and restaurants such as Barge East - a restaurant on a Barge. It's lovely in the summer with lots of outdoor space near the water. The road is tucked away from main roads and is nice and quiet with many of the neighbours having owned their houses for many years. It's a special house that benefits from its south facing windows, having sunlight throughout the day making it a very bright and uplifting space, particularly in the living area which benefits from windows on both sides. Elizabeth Line newly opened makes excellent transport links into central London."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Hughan 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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Hughan Road, Stratford — Stow Brothers
Hughan 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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