There are 17 property vendors within a quarter of a mile of each station, more than anywhere in London except Walthamstow, Borough and Wimbledon stations.
That's according to statistics published by the online estate agent HouseSimple.com.
It says there are now almost 2,900 high street estate agents in Greater London, up from 2,661 in February 2015.
How many estate agents are there when you live?
|Borough||Estate agents in February 2015||Estate agents in February 2016||Change (%)|
|Hammersmith & Fulham||82||95||15.9|
|Kensington & Chelsea||127||137||7.9|
|Greater London total||2,661||2,881||8.3|
In Westminster alone, the number of estate agents has risen by more than a quarter over the last year, from 179 to 228.
Hammersmith & Fulham , which is now home to 95 estate agents, has seen a 15.9% increase during the same period, and Enfield is the only London borough to record a fall.
Alex Gosling, CEO of HouseSimple.com, said: "Estate agents have been making hay while the sun shines, opening more than 200 new offices in just 12 months.
"It's not surprising, when just one office can make hundreds of thousands of pounds in fees in a year. London high streets are literally paved with property gold."
Where are London's highest concentrations of estate agents?
|Tube station||Estate agents within a quarter of a mile|
|Notting Hill Gate||14|
|St John's Wood||11|
* all figures according to HouseSimple.com