The London stations to buy near: top 20 best-value areas where you can bag a seat on the Tube on your morning commute
A new report pinpoints the neighbourhoods where buyers can find the top 20 best value areas for money and most comfortable rush hour commute in each Tube zone.
The dream commuting ticket for all Londoners using the Tube is getting a seat. So if you want to rest in peace on your way to work read on because new research reveals the stations where you should buy a property if you want to bag an empty space on the network.
The zone-by-zone guide published today also shows which of these areas are seeing the most impressive price growth – so commuters get a double whammy, a seat and a home with strong profit growth.
London’s seemingly insatiable growth now means at the height of the morning rush hour it’s possible to get a seat at just 29 per cent of the 203 tube stations outside Zone 1. Of course he who travels furthest gets a seat at virtually the beginning of the line, so a long commute but the good news is this is where property is cheapest.