New London Underground map reveals how much you pay in average rent at every Tube stop on the Piccadilly, Victoria, District, Central, Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Metropolitan line

 
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A new London Underground map reveals the average (staggering) rent at every Tube stop in London.

London’s exorbitant rents are obviously nothing new, but this map clearly lays bare the disparity between different parts of London.

A flat by London’s most expensive Tube station will set you back nine times more than the same size property in the cheapest part of the capital.

The map, put together by website Thrillist based on data from Find Properly, reveals the median monthly cost of renting a one-bedroom flat within one kilometre of the Tube station.


(Click on the map for a full-size version. Source: Thrillist)

By Hyde Park Corner, which comes top of the charts, a one-bedroom flat will set you back £2,920 every month.

Ouch.

The runner-up, Knightsbridge, isn’t far behind at £2,832, while nearby Green Park comes in third at £2,384.

Most expensive Tube stops Median rent
Hyde Park Corner £2,920
Knightsbridge £2,832
Green Park £2,384
Bond Street £2,276
Oxford Circus £2,260
Piccadilly Circus £2,256
Cannon Street £2,156
Regent's Park £2,136
Monument £2,128
Bank £2,128

London’s cheapest housing, meanwhile, is found in Hatton Cross, where the average one-bed flat costs just £324 per month to rent.

Cheapest Tube stops Median rent
Hatton Cross £324
Redbridge £488
South Ruislip £552
Ruislip Gardens £552
Elm Park £552

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