Welcome to Imperial Wharf Rentals

About Imperial Wharf Rentals

Imperial Wharf rentals are in one of the most sought after locations on the north bank of the River Thames. These Imperial Wharf rentals are ideally situated between two of London’s swankiest residential areas, Fulham and Chelsea. A tree-lined, Mediterranean-style Avenue lies at the heart of Imperial Wharf, flushed with boutique shops, booming bars, and high-end eateries.

The Imperial Wharf rentals market, described as the ultimate riverside destination;  has lots to offer its residents. Copious amounts of young couples and City professionals have made the move into this leafy corner of London, attracted to its properties abundance of amenities. This suburbs kid friendly nature has also charmed numerous families to the area, who often remain for decades. Adding continental appeal by the bucket loads, there’s a large French and Italian community that reside here.

The Imperial Wharf rentals area has wide tree-lined roads of Victorian and Edwardian architecture. More recently, an extensive development of high-end flats and apartments have been added to Imperial Wharf rentals, maximizing the potential of its flourishing riverside location. Like with so many of London’s areas, the advent of the railway at the end of the 19th century transformed this area from a mostly rural location to a thriving commuter hub.

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Shops, Restaurants, Pubs, and Clubs

Yamal Alsham,  a new premier restaurant located within the Imperial Wharf development offers exceptional Lebanese and Syrian cuisine. With spectacular views over the Thames, this restaurant provides superb Middle Eastern dishes at a fair price. A favorite date night spot, Yamal Alsham is the perfect place to go for a filling meal and a good glass of wine with a view.

 

The Waterside Bar & Kitchen is another popular place for locals to enjoy a relaxed drink on the riverbank. With the free range and fresh ingredients, this pub and eatery offer delectable dishes and quality cocktails. Boasting their lower deck with large comfortable booth seating, and their heated outdoor terrace with views over the marina,  The Waterside is set on the stunning Thames Path. Stones throw away from the serenity of Chelsea Harbor, and the shortest of short walks from Imperial Wharf station, this prime location is a great spot for a relaxing evening of food and drink.

 

For a relaxing cocktail hour, the Rose Pub is a well-loved gastropub the locals flock to after a long day at the office. This gastropub boasts a secluded leafy garden setting, with pew-style seating and barbecues in the summertime. Serving up quality pub food, in-house brewed ales, and a vast wine selection, this is a hot-spot for residents to come to at all hours of the day to relax in the comfortable surroundings.

 

South Kensington Tuesday Farmers’ Market at Imperial College is a superb place to spend a lunch break on a sunny weekday.  Queen’s Lawn, adjacent to the market, is an ideal spot to enjoy a picnic with one of the market’s famous burgers or a tasty slice of cake. This square is a green oasis of serenity where you will be able to pick up a quick bite for lunch, as well as shopping for fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, eggs, poultry, fresh fish, artisan bread and much more.

 

 

Parks

 

Bishop’s Park, with its 27 acres of land, is nestled between Fulham Palace and Craven Cottage. This park attracts all types of visitors, from families, enjoying the lake, tourists gazing at the Palace, or football fans heading to see their team in play. Comprised of a sports ground, vast green park, open air theater, and the Bishop’s Palace Museum; this infamous greenery is a favored spot the locals head to for some open air.

 

The Parkland Sensory Gardens is a blossoming park, designed to stimulate your senses. Divided into three unparalleled sections, dedicated to the senses of smell, sight, and touch, this garden is a haven of calm. A perfect spot to relax and regroup from the cities hustle and bustle, this garden offers a wide array of foliage to heighten and enhance each theme. Grassed areas are provided for picnics, containing ornamental trees and low hedging to compliment the gardens vibe.

 

 

Transportation

Imperial Wharf provides excellent transport links, including the new Imperial Wharf overground railway station, which has links to the London Underground via West Brompton on the District Line. The new station also offers easy access to Clapham Junction, Waterloo and Victoria railway stations. There’s also a river taxi service which will take you from Chelsea Harbor to the City.