An area in Southall where a man was murdered and a brothel shut down in the same week is the most affordable spot to buy a home in west London, figures suggest.
According to figures obtained by getwestlondon from the Office for National Statistics, both streets fall within the most affordable area west of the the capital.
The area runs from The Green in central Southall before ending west towards Trident Way and Boeing Way.
Net annual household income in this area is £32,128 with the median house price £212,452, giving a ratio of 6.6.
This makes it the most affordable spot in west London.
By contrast the annual household income in Belgravia is £56,502, significantly below the median house price of £2,920,000.
The figures in the Westminster area equate to a ratio of 51.7, the most expensive in England and Wales.
Officers enforced a closure order on the brothel in Western Road after residents complained clients knocked on the wrong doors asking for sex.
Neighbours also described seeing naked women dancing in the front garden.
Police have left a sign on the front door of the home, which reads: "Brothel closed. This property is now empty. No girls here."
Seven days later, a 27-year-old man was knifed in Featherstone Road before he died the following morning (March 29).
Police have launched a murder investigation, with no arrests so far.
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