A new Tube map highlighting the average house prices at each Underground stop in the capital has outlined the staggering differences between house prices in London.

Researching the average house price across all 280 stops on the Tube network , online estate agent eMoov.co.uk found how much house prices can vary, just one stop from each other.

Across the Tube network, even one stop can make a massive difference in property price.

The most notable difference in average house price in such a short distance is Wembley Park to Finchley Road.

The average house price in Finchley Road exceeds £1.4million. But just an eight-minute ride and one stop along the Metropolitan line in Wembley Park can save home-buyers £1million.

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That's not the only shocking price difference in west London though, as moving one stop and one zone from Turnham Green out to Acton Town will also save you £400,000.

The average house in Turnham green will cost you just shy of a million, while four minutes down the District or Piccadilly line you'll get a house in Acton Town priced just over £500,000.

'Well worth doing your homework'

Unsurprisingly, the map shows that the most affordable property prices across the Tube network are found in Zones 4 and 5.

With an average house price of £1.2m, no tube stop in Zone 1 offers a property for less than £500,000.

Of course as you head further out of inner London the prices start to drop and, with an average house price of £796k, Zone 2 is 37% cheaper than Zone 1.

Founder and CEO of eMoov.co.uk, Russell Quirk, said: “The Tube map is a fascinating way of breaking down the London landscape, especially where property price is concerned.

“Despite the constant threat of strike action, a property close to a tube stop, on a good line, remains one of the most sought after pieces of property in the capital.

"Close proximity to a tube stop will always act as an additional selling point for sellers and in most cases, is justification for a higher asking price.

"It’s well worth doing your homework when buying in London, because as this research shows, sacrificing a few extra minutes with a longer commute can result in a considerable reduction in the price you will pay for a property.”