Keogh Road , E15 4NS

OIEO £425,000

Keogh Road Stratford , E15 4NS

OIEO £425,000

2 Bedroom

1 Bath

Situated in between the greenery of Olympic Park and Wanstead Flats, this two-bedroom first floor period maisonette has many highlights, including a south-facing private garden, bay windows, dine-in kitchen and utility area.

You’ve got a huge array of amenities on your doorstep, but if you need to travel further afield, Maryland station is a 10 minute walk away, where you can be transported to the West End in less than 20 minutes via the Elizabeth line. That’s just half an hour door-to-door if you time it right!


Your bright and spacious reception room has been nicely preserved, with a striking mantlepiece and bay windows. Both bedrooms are smart and neutral, with the clever layout meaning that not an inch of space is wasted - the smaller bedroom can be used as a home office if preferred.

The kitchen is smart and modern, with its sleek units and integrated appliances. This theme is continued in the bathroom, where you’ll find an over-tub shower.

Outside, you’ll find your own private section of the garden. It’s a peaceful spot, but there’s plenty of greenery further beyond. West Ham Park is 13 mins away on foot, while Wanstead Flats is approx a mile away, as is the Olympic Park.

Because you’re nicely nestled between Stratford, Leytonstone and Forest Gate, you have plenty of choice when it comes to food and drink. Winchelsea Road is a short hop on foot and has an excellent selection of drinking and dining spots, including Pretty Decent Beer, The Wanstead Kitchen and Wild Goose Bakery. Even nearer, Kotch! pizzeria, where the stone-based pizzas are as warm as the atmosphere.

This handy positioning means transport is never a problem. Maryland station is 10 mins away, which means you can enjoy the perks that the Crossrail Elizabeth line brings, while Leyton tube on the Central line is 18 minutes on foot.

- New local? Just seven minutes away on foot, the Cart and Horses has a lot of history under its belt (it’s the very venue where Iron Maiden first took to stage), but after a refurbishment it’s ready for a new era. As well as the gig calendar, it’s got a great selection of drinks.
- You’ll never be stuck for essentials since there’s an abundance of convenience stores nearby, plus you’re only a short hop to Westfield Stratford.
- Parents will be pleased to learn that you have numerous primary/secondaries nearby.


  • 2 Bedroom Flat
  • First Floor
  • Private Garden
  • Bay Fronted
  • Eat In Kitchen
  • Loft With Potential To Extend STPP
  • Close To Maryland Station
Reception Room

3.27m x 4.42m (10'8" x 14'6")

10’7 "


1.65m x 2.70m (5'4" x 8'10" )

5’4 "


3.25m x 3.08m (10'7" x 10'1" )

10’7 "


3.40m x 3.06m (11'1" x 10'0" )

11’2 "

Utility Area

2.20m x 3.28m (7'2" x 10'9")

7’2 "


2.75m x 9.34m (9'0" x 30'7" )

9 "

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.....

"We have loved living here and making this our first home. There is a great local community with great transport links and amenities all a short walking distance including Westfield, Olympic Park, East Village, Victoria Park, Here East and Wanstead flats to name a few..."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Keogh 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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Keogh Road, Stratford — Stow Brothers
Keogh 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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