** Offers in excess of £ 250,000 **
A well presented first floor Victorian one bedroom conversion in this mid terraced property with an exceptional lease in excess of 120 years. Recently redecorated and spotlessly maintained throughout. Handsome and spacious light filled south facing living room with large central window. Conveniently laid out with quiet bedroom and kitchen diner to the rear of the flat. It's located off of the vibrant Green street with it's wealth of shops, restaurants and supermarkets. Easy access to Upton park station. Close to Forest Gate BR station which will also be a Cross rail station. Trial tests for Cross rail are underway. Offered chain free and with access to a full width loft space.
Green Street is a road in the London Borough of Newham, East London, which forms much of the boundary between East and West Ham and ends in the Forest Gate area of Stratford. Green Street is best known for the former Boleyn Ground, home to West Ham United from 1904–2016 and its wide range of shops and market outlets.
In the 21st century, Green Street has become well known for its diversity in fashion. This diversity grew after London Mayor, Ken Livingstone expressed that 'the Asian presence within the London's creative industries is a huge asset'. An article written by journalist Larry Ferguson in 2003 encapsulated this and focused on the Fashion designer, Bubs Mahil who ran and continues to run the famous saree house Chiffons London in Green Street, Forest Gate, and has made costumes for Bollywood diva Aishwarya Rai as well as British Prime Minister Tony Blair — who wore her Nehru jacket in India — and his wife, Cherie]. In the early 1990s and 21st century she also made headlines for dressing other notable people including Prince Buthalezi, Richard Branson, Mark Ramprakash, Britt Ekland, Parminder Nagra, Gurinder Chadha, Meera Syal, Myleene Klass and Joss Stone.