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Sands End

Summary
Sands End is an area of the ancient parish of Fulham, formerly in the County of Middlesex, which is now the southernmost part of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, England. In a deep loop of the River Thames, between the tidal Chelsea Creek and the old Peterborough estate, west of Wandsworth Bridge, its northern edge is New King's Road. While wharves, industrial acres and workers' cottages gave way to intensive re-development such as Chelsea Harbour and Imperial Wharf in the last quarter of the 20th-century, it still contains some 300-year-old cottages and 19th century streets. The area is popular with families, and is noted for its many independent shops, cafes, riverside eateries and new property redevelopments. House prices in the area exceed UK and London averages, ranging from approximately £750,000 - £7,000,000. History For centuries, this swampy place was a rural backwater, cut off from other villages and the main thoroughfares into the City of London. I
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