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Worland Gardens is a row of 3 storey town houses arranged in arcaded terrace along a Victorian Street in Stratford.

The arches embedded in the southern street facade create an entrance to each house and a sunny spot for people to have a cuppa, a fag, a read, a chat, a barby…a kind of level access Louisiana stoop… blighty style.

Inside, the houses have an open living area leading to the back garden… 3 bedrooms and between each house at first floor an inset terrace overlooking  the street. The big arch leads in to a little square at the rear.

The building is kind of chunky…a miniature Karl Marxhof according to Cathy Slessor….  shades of de Chirico perhaps…. And maybe a touch of Louis ‘brick whisperer’ Khan.