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Erith one of the best places to live for commuters, new stats claim

PUBLISHED: 10:07 23 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:08 23 February 2016

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The Bexley town made it to number seven in a list of top towns

A review of commuter towns surrounding the capital has shown that Erith is one of the best places to live.

Statistics gathered from TotallyMoney.com analysed the cost of a commute to inner London, along with house prices and the time taken for travel.

Out of 89 towns scattered around London, Erith ranked as seventh.

A spokesperson from the money comparison website said: “If you’re looking for a bargain in terms of property, Erith, is ranked at number 7 in the list, with the cheapest average property price at £238,459, and an annual travel cost of only £1,912, although it would take a little longer, at 44 minutes.”

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