An end of terrace four bedroom house which has an exceptionally wide frontage located in a sought after location. The property benefits from two reception rooms and a spacious fully fitted kitchen. Ground floor cloakroom and a first floor family bathroom. Separate utility room and patio doors leading to a good size garden. The house has ample off street parking space for three cars. Within reach of local amenities and the property is offered chain free.
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.
On the overground rail network, Forest Gate railway station on the Great Eastern Main Line served by TfL Rail, and Wanstead Park railway station on the Gospel Oak to Barking Line served by the London Overground, are both near the northern end of Green Street.
On the road network, Green Street itself runs on a north-south axis, linking the A118 Romford Road in the north and the A124 Barking Road in the south, both major arterial routes linking central London to the eastern counties.
Many shops in the area cater for east London's large Asian community. Queens Road Market is a covered food and clothing market on Queens Road, off Green Street near the tube station. It was formerly a large open-air street market until the current structure was built in the 1980s.