Get connected: 10 homes for sale within minutes of London’s top transport hubs — from Waterloo to West Ham

These homes for sale are all less than 10 minutes’ walk of an interchange station, where London’s tube, rail and bus networks converge

Get connected: 10 homes for sale within minutes of London’s top transport hubs — from Waterloo to West HamWith six tube lines, two major rail termini and its very own French connection, King’s Cross St Pancras is something of a show-off when it comes to transport links.

But if you can’t put up the funds for a Zone 1 flat, what about West Ham, Ealing Broadway or Finsbury Park?

We’ve rounded up 10 of the best homes on the market near London’s best-connected stations, where commutes are swift and alternatives plentiful should one line fall foul to leaves, snow or signal failures.

Islington, N7


An apartment in a converted factory with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and access to a communal garden. Hornsey Road is handy for local shops and restaurants, as well as the Victoria and Piccadilly line connections – plus National Rail – at Finsbury Park station.

Drivers & Norris, 020 7607 5001

Battersea, SW11


This two bedroom split-level flat is tucked away on a quiet street but minutes from Clapham Junction, the busiest UK station for interchanges. Unusually, the home is being sold with planning permission for an extra bedroom, bathroom and roof terrace.

Dexters, 020 7483 6333

Ealing, W5


A newly-renovated two double bedroom garden flat in a period conversion with a stylish, atrium-like extension. Ealing Broadway is brilliantly connected, with District, Central and Elizabeth line links, plus the Great Western Main Line for Berkshire and beyond.

Aston Rowe, 020 8992 3600

King’s Cross, N1


This five-bedroom maisonette is minutes from the shops and restaurants of glossy Coal Drops Yard, as well as the wealth of connections at King’s Cross St Pancras. It has its own entrance and a south-facing garden, which backs onto a communal green space.

Knight Frank, 020 3657 7343

Waterloo, SE1


A neutrally-decorated one bedroom flat within an unusual development near Waterloo station, which was built behind the façade of a historic bakery. It has a utility room and access to attractive communal gardens, plus another bonus – no onward chain.

Circa London, 020 3137 7877

Barnsbury, N1

£1.15 million

This characterful terrace house in the heart of Barnsbury has an unusual circular window, plus three bedrooms, a bright, open-plan living space, a patio and a balcony. Highbury & Islington, with its Victoria line and Overground connections, is a short walk away.

Winkworth, 0207 354 2480

West Ham, E15


A well-proportioned three bedroom end terrace house with a large rear garden, minutes from the station and local park. West Ham is on the District, Hammersmith & City and Jubilee lines, as well as the Stratford branch of the DLR. National Rail trains link London with Essex.

Foxtons, 020 8150 8585

Stratford, E15


This bright one-bed apartment is on the fifth floor of modern development, which has a communal roof terrace with a smart playground area. Nearby Stratford station is the fifth busiest in Britain, with multiple tube, Overground, DLR and National Rail connections.

Keatons, 020 8534 7788

Paddington, W2

£3.5 million

A deceptively spacious mews home on a charming cobbled lane between Paddington station and Hyde Park. It has four bedrooms and a generous three bathrooms, plus a small conservatory and rear terrace. The integrated garage can be accessed from the hallway.

Hamptons, 020 3835 3923



An airy, 1,200 sq ft apartment on the top floor of a period conversion near Richmond station, with three bedrooms and shared access to a courtyard garden. Walk to Richmond for the District line, the Overground and South Western links between Waterloo and Reading.

Property Partnership, 020 8940 3020

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