According to EMoov, one of the biggest differences can be found on the Jubilee Line, where eight minutes of travel time can effectively save you more than £1m in house price.
That's the difference in cost between the average property in Wembley Park (£404,228) and Finchley Road (£1,443,069).
On the Northern Line, moving one stop from Hampstead in Zone 2 to Golders Green in Zone 3, property prices drop by around half a million pounds.
For those who can't contemplate going outside Zone 1, the average property price is £1.2m. Although there is no Tube stop where property prices drop below £500,000 there are some pockets of relative cheapness - Aldgate East being the lowest with £536,000, followed by Lambeth North (£660k), Borough (£665k), Waterloo (£670k) and Vauxhall (£690k).
After a period of regeneration, Elephant & Castle now commands eyewatering average property prices of £707,000.
The cheapest Tube stops in London overall continue to be further east - Barking (£237,337), Dagenham East (£237,792) and Becontree (£240,294).
EMoov founder Russell Quirk said: "The Tube map is a fascinating way of breaking down the London landscape, especially where property price is concerned.
"Despite the constant threat of strike action, a property close to a Tube stop, on a good line, remains one of the most sought-after pieces of property in the capital. Close proximity to a Tube stop will always act as an additional selling point for sellers and in most cases, is justification for a higher asking price.
"It’s well worth doing your homework when buying in London, because as this research shows, sacrificing a few extra minutes with a longer commute can result in a considerable reduction in the price you will pay for a property.”