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Chobham Manor

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Phase three

New homes at Chobham Manor, E20

Experience life on the Olympic Park at our Chobham Manor development in Stratford. Just a short walk from Stratford International station as well as world-leading sports and cultural venues including the London Stadium, Chobham Manor is a great choice for all buyers looking to make the most of London life. 

Phase three of the development is now on sale, offering a range of three bedroom duplexes and maisonettes, four and five-bedroom townhouses, as well as our award-winning multi-generational homes.

Stratford is East London’s newest cultural, culinary and retail hub. The area has seen a wealth of regeneration following the London 2012 Summer Olympics and is now host to an array of boutiques, bars and restaurants.

Nature lovers can enjoy Hackney Marshes and the nearby Lea Valley, with Westfield Stratford City also on the doorstep for a range of shopping facilities. Two new schools, Mossbourne Riverside Academy and Bobby Moore Academy, give residents of Chobham Manor and the wider area access to the highest quality teaching.

The modern feel of the local area with its range of independent coffee shops, eateries and upmarket fashion outlets contrast with the natural beauty of the River Lea and its ample opportunities for canalside walks and bike rides, making Chobham Manor the ideal home for buyers of all ages. 

Those who choose to call Chobham Manor home will be in TfL Zone 3, a short ride on the Docklands Light Railway to Bank station. For the jetsetters, London City Airport is also only a 20-minute train journey away. 

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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - 1 Hyett Terrace - Honour Lea Avenue - Stratford - London - E20 1HH

Opening Times

Today 12:00 to 17:30
Mon 10:00 to 17:30
Tue 10:00 to 17:30
Wed 10:00 to 17:30
Thu 10:00 to 17:30
Fri 10:00 to 17:30
Sat 10:00 to 15:00
Sun 12:00 to 17:30

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Chobham Manor is conveniently situated just under 0.4 miles away from Westfield Stratford City Shopping Centre, the 4th largest in UK – with over 280 stores including supermarkets, banks and other big name shops as well as 70 restaurants.

As well as benefitting from all the world class sports facilities located right on your door step, including the London Aquatics Centre and Lea Valley Velopark, there is also miles of cycle paths a green space to explore.

The development is great for commuting with Stratford International and Stratford stations close by, as well as numerous London buses routes and the A12 moments way, so commuting to work is simple by road, tube or rail.

Walking from Stratford Station

• Leave the station and walk through Westfield Shopping Centre first floor, exit to the right opposite Russell and Bromley and go down the escalator, the International Station will be on your left
• Follow Celebration Avenue past the International Station for 200mts and take the pathway signposted to the Velo Park
• Follow the pathway through Victory Park until it meets Honour Lea Avenue
• The Sales Centre is on this road

Walking from Stratford International Station

• Exit the station and turn left
• Follow Celebration Avenue for 200mts and take the pathway signposted to the Velo Park
• Follow this pathway through Victory Park until it meets Honour Lea Avenue
• The Sales Centre is on this road


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Supporting the communities in which we build

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Proud to support the E20 community

As part of Taylor Wimpey's national Proud campaign we donated £300 to three good causes that work in the community around Chobham Manor. Our local team chose to support Bikeworks, Community Links and Iroko Theatre Co because of the work they each do to support residents in the Stratford area. 

Bikeworks is a social enterprise that provides access to cycling for all, based at Lee Valley VeloPark - right next door to Chobham Manor. Community Links is a community charity rooted in East London that provides support and opportunities to thousands of people every year. Iroko Theatre Co is a traditional African theatre company that uses storytelling, drama, music and dance to educate, focusing particularly on children and young people.

Michael O’Leary, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey East London, said: “At Taylor Wimpey we are proud to support local causes which do such valuable work around our developments. We hope that our donations will help Bikeworks, Community Links and Iroko Theatre Co to continue to provide much-needed services for local people.” 

Leaving a lasting legacy at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

We helped pupils from Chobham Academy get green-fingered by donating daffodil bulbs for them to plant outside their school. The bulbs were donated by our East London team as part of the national Proud campaign, showing our commitment and pride in leaving a lasting legacy in the communities in which we build. 

We also donated gloves, trowels and rakes to the school for the bulb planting, which took place in November 2018. Members of the Chobham Manor team joined in with the planting and the bulbs have since bloomed into a beautiful spring display.

Francesca Perry, Head of Chobham Academy’s primary school said: “It’s great to see a company like Taylor Wimpey think about the wider community while they are building in the local area, and leave something beautiful behind that will last for years to come."

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Plenty to do at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Chobham Manor residents are fortunate to be right on the doorstep of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, giving them the chance to relax and exercise in the beautiful landscaped spaces and enjoy a packed programme of year-round events. From Premier League football and major music concerts to community events, there is plenty to do. To find out what's going on simply visit the events page on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park website.

Below you can see how the completed Chobham Manor development will fit into the wider E20 area (phases three and four pictured as CGI images).

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