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Map shows London rents by tube station

With this handy guide to London rental prices you might never look at a tube map the same way again.

London maps by tube station Credit: Jason Allen/ Thrillist

Writer Jason Allen from Thrillist put together the map showing the average price for a one-bedroom flat within a kilometre of every tube station in the capital.

A snapshot of Piccadilly Line prices - some of the highest in the capital Credit: Jason Allen/ Thrillist

Not surprisingly, prices in Central London reach dizzying heights - with a flat on Hyde Park Corner, on the Piccadilly Line, fetching £2920 a month. But moving just three stops away, to Gloucester Road, would save you almost a thousand pounds a month.

Prices on the Central Line - which has the most bargains Credit: Jason Allen/ Thrillist

But there are still plenty of bargains to be had (relatively speaking) - especially in East London on the Central Line. There you can live in Leyton, in Zone 3, for under £900 a month - cheaper than some stations out in Zone 6.

To have a look at the full map with a breakdown of each tube line, click here.