New Homes in Upton Park
A corner of that’s known for being the home of United for more than a century, Upton Park lies within next to , and . Houses in Upton Park are only around eight miles from and closer still to City Airport, with a Tube station served by the District and Hammersmith & City lines.
Although the Boleyn Ground has been replaced by the and West Ham now play their matches in nearby , there’s still plenty going on in the local area. Go shopping at the Queen’s Market, relax in East Ham Central Park and take the kids to Newham City Farm; all with our new homes closest to Upton Park below.
Live the Upton Park life
You can look forward to calling a vibrant, exciting part of London home when you buy a new home in Upton Park. And thanks to offers such as the London Help to Buy scheme, where first-time buyers can take advantage of a 40% government-backed equity loan, you can also look forward to getting a great deal on your new home too.
Things to see and do in Upton Park
Despite being a built-up corner of London, there are still some superb green spaces to enjoy in the local area, including the 77-acre West Ham Park. The sprawling Wanstead Flats and Wanstead Park are within walking and cycling distance, along with Forest Lane Park with its lake and playground.
Stratford Park is even closer, featuring an outdoor pool, tennis courts, football cage and playground, and just a short stroll from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park where you can watch West Ham play at their new London Stadium ground or go for a dip at the London Aquatics Centre. If you have kids, ZAPspace Trampoline Park and Discover Children’s Story Centre are two places well worth a visit.
There are a number of excellent schools in and around Upton Park, with catchment areas that cater for kids in the locality. This includes St Edward’s Catholic Primary on Green Street, St Stephen’s Primary on Whitfield Road and Forest Gate’s Shaftesbury Primary, all rated as outstanding by Ofsted.
If you’re after secondary options, St Bonaventure’s is a boys’ school in the education board’s top bracket, while St Angela’s Ursuline is a school for girls. Plashet School is also an outstanding girls’ school, while Lister Community School is another good option which takes students who live in Upton Park.
Upton Park transport links
Upton Park is served by a number of bus routes, while the local Underground station on Green Street provides access to the District and Hammersmith & City Tube lines. This gives you direct routes to a host of places in Central, North and West London, including Tower Hill, Embankment, Westminster and Earl’s Court. London City Airport, meanwhile, is only a couple of miles south.
The Upton Park property scene
Upton Park is a relatively affordable part of London, with house prices significantly lower than the average across the rest of the capital. The area has seen some wonderful regeneration and investment in the property market though, thanks to developments such as the beautiful apartments you’ll find at Upton Gardens.With a range of 2, 3 and even 4 bedroom homes available for a limited time only, you can also find stylish and modern apartments along Myrtle Road in neighbouring East Ham. Whichever development takes your fancy, don’t forget to enquire about such as our scheme when you enquire today.