Edinburgh dominates list of Scotland’s most expensive streets

Outside Edinburgh the most expensive streets are Hill Road in Gullane (£1,330,000); Rubislaw Den South in Aberdeen (£1,179,000); Countess Gate in Bothwell (£1,060,000) and Craigielaw Park in Longniddry (£1,022,000).

There are an estimated 14 streets in Scotland with an average house price above £1 million.

Whilst Countess Gate in the suburb of Bothwell is Glasgow’s most expensive street, the next two are both located west of the city in Hyndland; Kingsborough Gardens (£949,000) and Westbourne Gardens (£895,000).

Aberdeen’s most expensive streets lie on the west side of the city; Rubislaw Den South (£1,179,000), followed by Rubislaw Den North (£1,086,000) and Woodlands Gardens (£896,000).

Nitesh Patel, housing economist at Bank of Scotland, said,

"As the political and financial capital of Scotland, unsurprisingly the most expensive residential streets can be found in Edinburgh. The most expensive is Belmont Drive, just a short distance from Murrayfield Stadium. Across Scotland, the survey shows that the most expensive streets are tightly clustered in relatively small areas."

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  1. Homes Aberdeen

    It’s little wonder to find out that Edinburgh streets dominate the most desirable locations. Over the last five years, it’s consistently bucked the wider property market stagnation, and even now shows few signs of slowing to a halt. That said, over the next five years, as Aberdeen’s revitalising development schemes come on stream, perhaps some of Aberdeen’s more affluent areas will overtake Edinburgh. With better transport links, new homes and incentives for businesses to relocate Aberdeen is a city on the rise.

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