New research reveals house prices by tube station

Cost of square foot of property varies wildly according to tube station Credit:

New research reveals the range of the gap in house prices near tube stations across the capital. has calculated the cost of one square foot of property in London.

New research reveals the gap between house prices on different underground lines Credit: Adam Blenford / Press Association Images
  • The space the size of a double bed (not including bedside table or door) near Covent Garden tube would cost £54,928

  • Shortest commute for property priced at less than £500 per square foot on the tube map: Bromley-by-Bow or North Acton

  • Tube line with the most expensive average property price (£1,125 per square foot): Hammersmith and City line

  • Tube line with the cheapest average property price: Metropolitan Line (£504 per square foot)

  • Line with largest disparity in prices: Piccadilly. Price per square foot at Knightsbridge is £2,214 while 15 stops away at Hatton Cross it's just £370/sq ft