On average, London houses closest to Circle Line stations are the most expensive, those nearest the Central Line are cheapest.
Robert Gardner, Nationwide’s Chief Economist, said: "As the London Underground celebrates its 150th anniversary, Nationwide has found that living close to a Tube or railway station can demand a hefty premium on the price of a house (after taking account of other property characteristics, such as property type, size and local neighbourhood type).
"A property located 500m from a station attracts a 9% price premium (approximately £26,000 on a typical London home) over an otherwise identical property 1500m from a station. This price premium is two percentage points higher than when we conducted similar research in 2010, where the data suggested a 7% premium."
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