£1.7 million to live on Scotland’s most expensive street

21 December 2022

  • Ann Street in Edinburgh now most expensive street in the country
  • Bank of Scotland’s annual review finds top 10 priciest roads in Scotland all in Edinburgh


Bank of Scotland has revealed Scotland’s most expensive streets, with prestigious Ann Street in central Edinburgh taking the top spot. The street, known for its stunning aesthetics and classic Georgian architecture, will now set wealthy buyers back an average £1.7 million (£1,685,000).

In second place is Wester Coates Avenue (£1,615,000) in the west of the capital. Regent Terrace, near Calton Hill, makes up the top three, with properties averaging over £1.5 million (£1,529,000).

The rest of Scotland’s priciest roads are also in Edinburgh. Overall, homes on these elite streets have an asking price of an average £1.4 million.

10 Most expensive streets in Scotland 2022

Street Name Location Postcode Average House Price £: 2017-2022
Ann Street Edinburgh EH4 £1,685,000
Wester Coates Avenue Edinburgh EH12 £1,615,000
Regent Terrace Edinburgh EH7 £1,529,000
Danube Street Edinburgh EH4 £1,449,000
Heriot Row Edinburgh EH3 £1,331,000
Wester Coates Gardens Edinburgh EH12 £1,327,000
St. Catherine’s Place Edinburgh EH9 £1,293,000
Spylaw Bank Road Edinburgh EH13 £1,288,000
Hope Terrace Edinburgh EH9 £1,283,000
St Bernard's Crescent Edinburgh EH4 £1,282,000

Source: The Registers of Scotland for period January 2017 to September 2022

Graham Blair, Mortgages Director, Bank of Scotland, said: “Ann Street in the beautiful city of Edinburgh tops the most expensive list, setting wealthy buyers back almost £1.7 million on average. While not in the top 10 priciest, homes in St Andrews also don’t come cheap, with The Scores and Donaldson Crescent offering properties at over £1.1million on average.”