** Offers between £ 320,000 - £ 340,000 **. A tastefully refurbished and deceptively spacious one bedroom ground floor Victorian conversion in this brick fronted double bayed mid terraced period property. The flat has a good size lounge with stripped wooden floors and a feature fireplace. Double size bedroom which has been tastefully decorated. A kitchen/ diner in excess of 25 ft with stripped wooden floors and exposed brickwork chimney breast area. Door leading out to a generous size garden which is mainly laid to lawn. Potential to extend. Long lease of 116 years. Close to all local amenities.
The southern end of Green Street runs alongside the western edge of the former Boleyn Ground, the original home ground of West Ham United FC. The club initially rented the land from Green Street House, known locally as Boleyn Castle because of its imposing nature and an association with Anne Boleyn. The football stadium was commonly known as Upton Park. After the 2015–16 season, West Ham relocated to the former Olympic Stadium in Stratford and the Boleyn Ground has now been demolished.
On the London Underground network, the southern area near the Boleyn Ground is served by Upton Park tube station, in Green Street, on the District and Hammersmith and City lines.
In 1859 East Ham railway station opened and, although in 1863 the area was still being described as a "scattered village" the availability of transport resulted in increasing urbanisation, especially from 1890 onwards. The electric services of the District Railway first served East Ham in 1908.
Housing in East Ham consists principally of Victorian and Edwardian terraced town houses, often in tree-lined avenues.
There are many green spaces in the otherwise bustling and urbanised area of East Ham. The graveyard of the Norman St Mary's church, is maintained as a nature reserve, the largest of its kind in Greater London. Central Park (Central Park Road) and Plashet Park (Plashet Grove) are the two largest parks in East Ham, and both combine open space with playgrounds and cafés. There are also smaller play areas and parks, including Priory Park (Grangewood Street) and Flanders Field, where England football captain Bobby Moore played as a child during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Flanders Fields is currently the home ground of Flanders FC and other is used by Bonny Downs Community Association (BDCA) and other community groups.