A well presented and spacious three bedroom ground floor conversion in this mid terraced Victorian house which has a courtyard garden. The flat has a good size lounge/kitchen area as the property has been extended. Utility room to the rear of the flat. Family shower room. Next to Upton park station and all local amenities offered on the popular Green street area. Property comes furnished and is available now.
Upton Park is an area of the East London borough of Newham, centred on Green Street which is the boundary between West Ham and East Ham. West Ham United Football Club formerly played at the Boleyn Ground, commonly known as Upton Park.
The term ‘Upton Park’ first applied to a housing estate developed to the east of West Ham Park in the 1880s.The estate took its name from the adjacent village of Upton with the suffix ‘Park’ added for marketing reasons. The estate's developers paid for a new station to be built which was named after the estate.
As a consequence, the area surrounding the station became known as Upton Park rather than the term being limited to the original housing estate.
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.
Green Street is a former tramway which divided the former Essex County Boroughs of East Ham and West Ham.
The Upton Park area is in the London Borough of Newham, but it is not the name of any of its electoral wards. It is roughly encompassed by the wards Green Street East/West in the north, and Plaistow North/South and Boleyn in the south.