The cheapest location along the line is Abbey Wood, within the London Boroughs of Greenwich and Bexley.
The average asking price £334,952. This can buy you a three bed house in the area.
Next up was Hayes, which is west, with an average asking price of £381,175.
You can buy a two bed maisonette in the area or a two bed terraced house.
Author George Orwell lived and worked in Hayes in 1932 for a year.
Also west was the next cheapest option, Southall with an average asking price of £428,145.
Berkeley’s St James is developing the area, with 3,750 homes in planning with up to three bedrooms.
Ealing is the most expensive area, with an average asking price of £741,704.
At only 11 minutes from Bond Street, it’s understandable why the area will be so popular for future buyers.
Areas to buy in along the Crossrail route
Abbey Wood average asking price £334,952
Hayes average asking price £381,175
Southall average asking price £428,145
Greenwich average asking price £464,144
Ealing average asking price £741,704
In October last year Express.co.uk got an exclusive look at the next transport revolution in the capital.
Crossrail is set to increase central London’s rail capacity by over 10 per cent upon its completion, and will cut journey times across the capital dramatically, as well as lowering congestion at many key points across the Tube network.
In total, Crossrail will include forty stations across its 100km route, including ten new stations at locations across central London, with Farringdon joining the likes of Paddington, Bond Street and Canary Wharf.
Testing of the new trains is set to begin in December 2017, with the line then due to open later in 2018 – and having seen the scale of the project so far, we have to say, we’re pretty hopeful of the benefits it will bring.
Source : EXPRESS