Wandsworth Bridge Road runs south from New Kings Road to the Sands End area of Fulham and joins onto Wandsworth Bridge, which crosses the River Thames and provides a link between the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, located north of the river, and the London Borough of Wandsworth, on the south of the river.
Wandsworth Bridge Road is split between period conversions which can be found on the northern end of the road, and commercial units on the southern end. The majority of the period properties have been converted into flats with few remaining as entire houses. A large proportion of the commercial units are antique furniture stores and restaurants. A popular choice amongst locals is Indian restaurant Greedy Buddha which has a bistro-style setting.
The top end of Wandsworth Bridge Road joins New Kings Road and overlooks Eel Brook Common which hosts numerous fairs over the year. Wandsworth Bridge Road is host to a scattering of bars, Boma being one of them, a popular chain in the south west area hosting a delicious cocktail menu with even tastier prices during happy hour!
The southern end Wandsworth Bridge Road intercepts with Townmead Road which is a road that is known for its vast amount of new developments that have opened up over the years.
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