Serving 27 stations and covering a distance of 14 miles, the Circle Line runs through some of London’s most established Central London locations, including Sloane Square and Notting Hill. Areas such as Victoria – which took the first place position as most expensive tube station – Farringdon and Great Portland Street are also highlighted as property hotspots in the analysis, helping to boost the overall figure to expand well over the £1 million mark. The least expensive stop on the Circle Line is Aldgate, with average property values hovering around £396,000.
The Victoria Line came in at second place as the next most expensive line to live on, with average prices reaching £1,109,107.
Residential areas along the Victoria Line, which extends over 13 miles through the epicentre of London, are also where many prime property spots are located. With key stops at Green Park, Victoria and Oxford Circus, the Victoria Line is home to some of London’s most desirable postcodes. Green Park took the first position as most expensive stop on the Victoria Line with average house prices above £2 million. The least expensive stop was Tottenham Hale.
The Bakerloo Line ranked third, with average house prices at £945,747. The upmarket areas of Regent’s Park and Warwick Avenue help to substantially increase the house price average along the Bakerloo’s route.
Property prices surrounding the Baker Street tube station registered at the highest priced homes on the Bakerloo Line with average prices above £1 million. Harrow & Wealdstone, the last stop on the Bakerloo Line in Northwest London, was in last place with prices around £266,000.
The District Line, whilst following a similar path to the Circle Line through much of Central London, only ranked in seventh place as it stretches a significant way eastwards towards Essex, and contributes to weakening of the District Line’s overall average, according to Findaproperty.com.