Over recent years, the increase in property price means that now there are 58 Tube stations around which the average property prices are now £1m or more. This has increased since 2010 where there were only 11 stations with properties valued at an average of £1m.


This proves that London’s underground is the lifeline that connects one of the most expensive property markets in the world. Living close to an underground station has become critical to the city living lifestyle.


Everywhere from Knightsbridge to Golders Green to Moor Park, are feeling the crunch of inner city living.
Head to, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/house-prices/11850002/Mapped-House-prices-by-Londons-Tube-stops-1m-homes-now-reach-Zone-6.html; to read a more in depth analysis of the zones that are influencing this rise.