Imperial Wharf station, in Sands End, lies on the West London Line between West Brompton and Clapham stations on the border of Fulham and Chelsea. The two-platform station is one of the newest in the country, having been built for £3 million in 2009 alongside the cutting-edge Imperial Wharf development - an extremely desirable riverside residential complex on the north bank of the Thames.
Alongside Chelsea Harbour, visitors and residents enjoy an enviable collection of high-end shops, restaurants and bars very close to the station. The perfect place to wait for commuter links from the Sands End area of London down to the south of the city, as well as regular services further afield to Willesden Junction, Stratford, Milton Keynes Central and South Croydon.
Nearby Parkland Sensory Gardens, ten acres of landscaped parkland to beguile the senses, are a wonderful step away from the busy-ness of London life, as is a stroll along the Thames Path or wander around the Marina.