London buyers are heading for Zone 3, where homes are 41 per cent cheaper on average than in Zone 2 - at £474,569 compared with £797,410.
Zone 3 buyers can still feel they are in the heart of the capital as a transport revolution slashes journey times to central London and the City.
A new Thameslink station will serve the new district of Brent Cross Cricklewood, the Overground is being extended east to Barking, the proposed Bakerloo line extension will cut through south-east London to Beckenham - and the Crossrail buzz is making hotspots of Zone 3 districts such as Ealing.
Developers are in step, building homes complete with “lifestyle” packages and creating new town centres. We reveal the average house prices and best areas of Zone 3 to start your property search… VIEW FULL ARTICLE HERE
The latest Land Registry data reveals the average cost of buying a London home has risen by 16.3 per cent in the past year to £464,936. Waltham Forest is the London borough with the largest annual price growth of 25.1 per cent, while Barking and Dagenham has emerged as the most affordable borough to buy a home, with an average price of £265,912. We take a look at the average cost of buying a home in every London borough...