Living next to a subway stop is the apex of convenience for Torontonians, but not every subway station was created equal.

According to research from moving app MovingWaldo, there's a big discrepancy when it comes to the cost of some Toronto apartments for rent depending on which subway station they're closest to.

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According to the app, the area surrounding Dundas West station has Toronto's cheapest one-bedroom apartments, at $1,356 for an average one-bedroom place.

And apparently the next cheapest one-bedroom apartments can be found next to Victoria Park ($1,400), while the most affordable two-bedrooms are surrounding Woodbine ($1,709).

MovingWaldo also says the most expensive station to live near is Bay, with eye-watering average prices of $2,356 and $3,383 for one- and two-bedroom apartments respectively.