London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

If you are thinking of moving to London, or if you’re already living there, this London Underground Rent map will show you just how much the rent is in each and every station of the tube.

London is becoming more expensive by day, but even so, more and more people are moving to London to live the “European dream”, to get a chance at a better (and sometimes fancier) life. People want to live in a city that has it all, a city only rivaled by it’s Transatlantic “nemesis”, New York.

People from all over the UK, the European Union and other parts of the world, are moving to London and this is the main cause for the sky-high rents, no matter where you choose to live in the British capital.

The London Underground Rent map, created by Thrillist, shows us the cost of living in each and every one of the capital’s zones.

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

Bank – £2,128 Leicester Square – £2,096 Tottenham Court Road – £2,004 Charing Cross – £2,072 Goodge Street – £1,924 Moorgate – £1,924 Warren Street – £1,892 Old Street – £1,832

Euston – £1,720 Angel – £1,692 King’s Cross – £1,548 Mornington Crescent – £1,528 Hampstead – £1,528 Chalk Farm – £1,528 Camden town – £1,476 Kentish Town – £1,380 Tufnell Park – £1,292

Archway – £1,260 Golders Green – £1,184 Highgate – £1,176 Colindale – £1,108 Hendon Central – £1,096 Brent Cross – £1,076 East Finchley – £1,076 Woodside Park – £1,048 Burnt Oak – £1,016 West Finchley – £1,008 Finchley Central – £1,008 Mill Hill East – £916 Edgware – £876 High Barnet – £876 Totteridge – £836 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

Embankment – £1,980 Waterloo – £1,736 London Bridge – £1,672 Borough – £1,548 Elephant and Castle – £1,468 Kennington – £1,380 Oval – £1,352 Clapham South – £1,352 Clapham Common – £1,348

Stockwell – £1,336 Clapham North – £1,336 Balham – £1,244 Tooting Bec – £1,132 South Wimbledon – £1,116 Colliers Wood – £1,104 Tooting Broadway – £1,092 Morden – £1,024 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

North Ealing – £1,224 Alperton – £1,168 Park Royal – £1,152 Rayners Lane – £1,004 South Harrow – £1,004 Uxbridge – £968 Hillingdon – £888 Ickenham – £832 Eastcote – £832 Sudbury Town – £812 Sudbury Hill – £808 Ruislip – £764 Ruislip Manor – £732 

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Hyde Park Corner – £2,920 Knightsbridge – £2,832 Green Park – £2,384 Piccadilly Circus – £2,256 South Kensington – £2,080 Gloucester Road – £1,960 Earl’s Court – £1,736 Baron’s Court – £1,396 Hammersmith – £1,368 Turnham Green – £1,332

Ealing Common – £1,220 Acton Town – £1,208 South Ealing – £1,112 Northfields – £1,104 Boston Manor – £1,052 Hounslow East – £936 Osterley – £892 Hounslow Central – £884 Hounslow West – £732 Hatton Cross – £324 

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Leicester Square – £2,096 Covent Garden – £2,068 Holborn – £1,860 Russell Square – £1,656 King’s Cross – £1,548 Arsenal – £1,440 Holloway Road – £1,440 Caledonian Road – £1,400 Finsbury Park – £1,332

Manor House – £1,200 Turnpike Lane – £1,116 Wood Green – £1,040 Arnos Grove – £1,020 Southgate – £968 Bounds Green – £936 Cockfosters – £880 Oakwood – £864 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

Green Park – £2,384 Oxford Circus – £2,260 Warren Street – £1,892 Euston – £1,720 King’s Cross – £1,548 Highbury & Islington – £1,460 Finsbury Park – £1,332 Walthamstow Central – £1,136 Seven Sisters – £1,084 Tottenham Hale – £1,040 Blackhorse Road – £1,008 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

Victoria – £1,984 Pimlico – £1,748 Vauxhall – £1,660 Stockwell – £1,336 Brixton – £1,236 

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Bond Street – £2,276 Marble Arch – £2,028 Holland Park – £1,820 Notting Hill Gate – £1,820 Queensway – £1,760 Lancaster Gate – £1,744 Shepherd’s Bush – £1,416 White City – £1,308 Ealing Broadway – £1,292

Hanger Lane – £1,148 West Acton – £1,148 North Acton – £1,092 Perivale – £1,068 East Acton – £1,064 Greenford – £900 West Ruislip – £784 Northolt – £784 Ruislip Gardens – £552 South Ruislip – £552 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

Oxford Circus – £2,260 Bank – £2,128 St.Paul’s – £2,072 Holborn – £1,860 Liverpool Street – £1,776 Chancery Lane – £1,776 Bethnal Green – £1,296 Mile End – £1,244 Stratford – £1,220 Leytonstone – £924 Leyton – £892 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

Loughton – £1,384 Snaresbrook – £996 South Woodford – £992 Fairlop – £964 Gants Hill – £960 Debden – £924 Hainault – £924 Wanstead – £948 Woodford – £900 Grange Hill – £880 Newbury Park – £840 Buckhurst Hill – £832 Roding Valley – £832 Chigwell – £740 Barkingside – £736 Redbridge – £488 

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Baker Street – £1,924 Finchley Road – £1,648 Wembley Park – £1,216 West Harrow – £1,032 North Harrow – £1,016 Rayners Lane – £1,004 Harrow-on-the-Hill – £1,000 Northwick Park – £976 Uxbridge – £968 Northwood – £968 Pinner – £960

Northwood Hills – £940 Moor Park – £900 Watford – £888 Hillingdon – £888 Preston Road – £848 Chorleywood – £832 Ickenham – £832 Eastcote – £832 Rickmansworth – £776 Ruislip – £764 Ruislip Manor – £732 Croxley – £680 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

Great Portland Street – £2,028 Barbican – £1,988 Farringdon – £1,924 Moorgate – £1,924 Liverpool Street – £1,776 Euston Square – £1,720 Aldgate – £1,680 King’s Cross – £1,548 

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Oxford Circus – £2,260 Regent’s Park – £2,136 Baker Street – £1,924 Marylebone – £1,848 Edgware Road – £1,788 Paddington – £1,748 Warwick Avenue – £1,724 Maida Vale – £1,568 Kilburn Park – £1,432 Kensal Green – £1,416 Queen’s Park – £1,380

Willesden Junction – £1,108 Harlesden – £1,108 Harlesden – £1,108 Wembley Central – £1,048 North Wembley – £952 Kenton – £932 Harrow & Wealdstone – £920 South Kenton – £760 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

Piccadilly Circus – £2,256 Charing Cross – £2,072 Embankment – £1,980 Waterloo – £1,736 Lambeth North – £1,656 Elephant & Castle – £1,472 

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Green Park – £2,384 Bond Street – £2,276 Baker Street – £1,924 Westminster – £1,884 Waterloo – £1,736 St. John’s Wood – £1,680 Southwark – £1,676 London Bridge – £1,672 Finchley Road – £1,648 Swiss Cottage – £1,644 West Hampstead – £1,564

Kilburn – £1,304 Wembley Park – £1,216 Willesden Green – £1,196 Dollis Hill – £1,188 Queensbury – £1,060 Canons Park – £1,028 Kingsbury – £1,004 Neasden – £1,000 Stanmore – £924 

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London Underground Rent Map – How Much Is The Rent In Every Station?

London Bridge – £1,672 Canary Wharf – £1,544 Bermondsy – £1,480 North Greenwich – £1,460 Canning Town – £1,384 Canada Water – £1,340 Stratford – £1,220 West Ham – £1,156 

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Great Portland Street – £2,028 Baker Street – £1,924 Edgware Road – £1,777 Paddington – £1,748 Euston Square – £1,720 Ladbroke Grove – £1,716 Westbourne Park – £1,700 Royal Oak – £1,696 Latimer Road – £1,600 Hammersmith – £1,368 Wood Lane – £1,320 Shepherds Bush Market – £1,316 Goldhawk Road – £1,304 

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Barbican – £1,988 Farringdon – £1,924 Moorgate – £1,924 Liverpool Street – £1,776 Aldgate East – £1,584 Whitechapel – £1,380 Bromley-By-Bow – £1,288 Stepney Green – £1,272 Mile End – £1,244 Bow Road – £1,240 West Ham – £1,156 East Ham – £960 Barking – £920 Plaistow – £916 Upton Park – £692 

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South Kensington – £2,080 Mansion House – £2,068 Sloane Square – £2,064 Blackfriars – £2,016 Victoria – £1,984 Embankment – £1,980 Gloucester Rd – £1,960 High Street Kensington – £1,912

St. James’s Park – £1,892 Westminister – £1,884 Temple – £1,884 Earl’s Court – £1,736 West Brompton – £1,636 Fulham Broadway – £1,564 West Kensington – £1,508 Parsons Green – £1,500 Gunnersbury – £1,448

Barons Court – £1,396 Richmond – £1,392 Hammersmith – £1,368 Stamford Brook – £1,368 Ravenscourt Park – £1,360 Putney Bridge – £1,352 Turnham Green – £1,332 Chiswick Park – £1,300 Ealing Broadway – £1,272 Kew Gardens – £1,260 Wimbledon – £1,220 Ealing Common – £1,220 Wimbledon Park – £1,216 Southfields – £1,216 Acton Town – £1,208 East Putney – £1,208 

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Canon Street – £2,156 Monument – £2,128 Tower Hill – £1,648 Aldgate East – £1,584 Whitechapel – £1,380 Stepney Green – £1,272 Mile End – £1,244 Bow Road – £1,240 Bromley-by-Bow – £1,228 West Ham – £1,156

East Ham – £960 Barking – £920 Plaistow – £916 Hornchurch – £836 Upney – £812 Upminster Bridge – £808 Dagenham Heathway – £796 Becontree – £784 Dagenham East – £740 Upminster – £740 Upton Park – £692 Elm Park – £552 

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The most expensive area where you can rent an apartment (sorry, flat) in London is Hyde Park Corner on the Piccadilly Line, at a monthly price of £2,920 ($4,426), while the cheapest place to rent in London is Hatton Cross, next to Heathrow Airport, at £324 ($491)/month.

Just to have an idea of the exchange rate, £1 British Pond is the equivalent of $1,52 (US Dollar), or €1,35 (Euro).

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