We all know that living and renting London is now stupidly expensive. When you're genuinely delighted to get change out of a tenner for two drinks then you know things have gone too far.
But the escalating costs show no signs of changing, with more people coming into the city, fuelling ever-increasing housing costs. But what about the distribution within the city?
This excellent tube map shows you the average house rental prices at each tube station - unsurprisingly the more central you get, the higher it goes. Each price is calculated using the charges of currently available one bedroom properties within 1km of the station.
Scroll through the gallery below to see if you can find anywhere reasonable. If you do, can you please let us know? Cheers.