London house prices: This London Underground map shows average rent at each Tube stop on the District, Central, Northern, Victoria, Piccadilly, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Metropolitan Line

 
Catherine Neilan
Follow Catherine
How does your stop compare in the trade off between price and commute? (Source: Getty)
Ever wanted to know where in London offers the best trade off between commute time and how much you spend on your flat or house?
A new map has been put together that could help with exactly that conundrum.
Property search engine Find Properly has crunched the numbers to create an interactive graphic which allows you to view rental and sale property prices by Tube line as well as stop.

These are the median prices to rent properties within one kilometre of the relevant Tube station.
Bank tops the Northern Line ranks, with an average monthly rent of £2,128, while Hyde Park Corner comes out as the most expensive place on the Picadilly Line, with an average cost of £2,920. Knightsbridge is a close second, at £2,832.
"Londoners - even in well paid jobs - are finding property prices in their preferred areas are rising quicker than wages," said Mark Fitzgerald-Cooke, managing director of Mitula Group, which owns Finding Properly. "Therefore they have to look further afield to get the right combination of property/price whilst minimising the increase in commuting time. This map helps them do exactly that."
Renter or buy-to-let investor? Check out the charts below to see how properties at your nearest stop stack up on all the major Tube lines including Northern, Central, Bakerloo, Piccadilly, Jubilee, Metropolitan and District.
Circle Line hasn't been included because most of the stops appear on other lines.

Related articles