A recently redecorated four bedroom mid terraced Victorian property which is moments away from Stratford station and Westfield shopping centre. Well proportioned three bedrooms on the first floor and good size bedroom on the ground floor. Property has a spacious through lounge and comes with a modern fitted kitchen. Cellar which is ideal for storage and a pleasant garden. Sought after location. The house comes unfurnished and is available now.
Stratford is a district in the East End of London, in the London Borough of Newham, England. It is 6 miles (10 km) east-northeast of Charing Cross and is in East London. Stratford is part of the Lower Lea Valley and includes the localities of Maryland, East Village, Mill Meads (shared with West Ham), Stratford City and Forest Gate. It is historically part of the ancient parish and subsequent County Borough of West Ham, which became the western half of the modern borough within a Greater London in 1965. Historically an agrarian settlement in the county of Essex, Stratford was transformed into an industrial suburb after the introduction of the railway in 1839.
The industrialisation of Stratford started slowly and accelerated rapidly in the early Victorian era.
The Stratford and national experience of the Industrial Revolution inspired scenes in the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony covering the traumatic transition from a ‘Green and Pleasant Land’ to the ‘Pandemonium’ of the revolution and the huge social and economic changes it brought.
The Royal Mail has given the postcode E20 to the Olympic Park and Stratford City developments; this was only used by the BBC TV soap EastEnders for the fictional suburb of Walford.
The name "Walford" is a portmanteau of the names of two East London districts; nearby Walthamstow and Stratford itself.