THE JAW-DROPPING SALARIES YOU NEED TO BUY A HOME AT EACH TUBE STATION
the rest of the borough.
There’s a sizeable population hailing from Bangladesh, Pakistan or India.
Green spaces include Castle Green, Greatfields Park, and slightly further away the large Chase Nature Reserve.
The area boasts the National Trust property Eastbury Manor.
Croxley is the last stop before reaching Watford on the Metropolitan Line to the north west of London.
A salary of £25,500 could get your that one bed of your dreams in an area about 40 minutes from the city centre.
Out in Zone 7, this is out in the farthest reaches of London, near the M25. In fact, its actually in Hertfrodshire.
Its location in the suburb of Watford give residents easy access to the town’s shopping and leisure facilities. If you’re commuting into the capital a seven day tube Travelcard will cost £67.70.
And the five most expensive tube stations to live near:
Fancy living in the shadow of London’s most famous religious building? Well, you better start asking for that pay rise.
You will need an annual salary exceeding £170,000 to consider buying just a one bed property in this prime central London location on the Central Line. Such pay levels are way beyond public sector workers, corporate middle managers and even top bosses. According to TotallyMoney, average CEO pay is around £134,000.
Properties so pricey you’ll need a massive annual salary of at least £173,400.
That’s more than the Prime Minister’s £150,000 package - mind you she already has a pretty smart central London home of her own to enjoy.
Bond Street station itself exits onto the busy Oxford Street near to Selfridges and John Lewis department stores.
From here you can easily walk to destinations in Mayfair, Marylebone and Soho, packed with pubs, bars and restaurants.
The clue is perhaps in the name Mansion House (on the Circle and District Lines) is in a very wealthy part of town, in fact it’s right next to the Bank of England.
Unfortunately, unless you’re going to stage the heist of the century, you’re unlikely to be able to afford to live here.
Someone with a salary of around £176,100 could nab themselves a one bed around here.
Hyde Park Corner
You could be a neighbour to the Queen if you’re fortunate to receive a stellar salary and buy a home on Hyde Park Corner on the Piccadilly Line.
Buckingham Palace is just next door to this super smart part of town, sitting between St James Park, Hyde Park, Belgravia and Mayfair.
Basically, it’s monopoly dreamland – in fact the board game’s most expensive property, Park Lane, is just nearby.
Oxford Street and Knightsbridge are just short walks away.
As glitzy as it gets - incredible apartments, shopping in Harrods, flashy cars, expensive restaurants and strolls in Hyde Park.
Knightsbridge properties, on the Piccadilly Line, are only available to the super wealthy. You’ll need to be paid a cool £248,600 a year to buy just a one bed home here.
For a bit of culture then the Victoria and Albert, Natural History and Science Museums are easily accessible on foot. Time to start playing the lottery...
St Paul’s Tube station is the most expensive to live near
Croxley is London’s fifth most affordable area on the Tube network