Bank of Scotland has revealed Scotland’s most expensive streets, with prestigious Ann Street in central Edinburgh taking the top spot for a second year running.
The street, known for its stunning aesthetics and classic Georgian architecture, now sets buyers back over £1.68 million (£1,684,707).
In second place – and one of the most well-known addresses in the world for a certain popular sport – is Golf Place, St Andrews (£1,614,972). Wester Coates Avenue, back in Edinburgh, makes up the top three, with properties averaging over £1.5 million (£1,529,423).
New to Scotland’s top ten most expensive streets is Hill Road in Gullane (£1,330,786) on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth and Cleveden Gardens in Glasgow (£1,288,341) in the sought-after Kelvinside District.
Graham Blair, Mortgages Director, Bank of Scotland, said: “We all know that houses come at a big cost, but these prestigious addresses offer some extremely pricey properties. Ann Street, in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, tops the most expensive list for a second year running, setting wealthy buyers back almost £1.7 million, on average.
“There is some variety in Scotland’s most expensive streets this year, with roads in St Andrews, Gullane and Glasgow also hitting the top ten list, with one million-pound-plus luxury addresses also to be found in Musselburgh and North Berwick.
”While these desirable areas aren’t immune to the wider house price falls we’ve seen this year, it’s clear Scotland’s snazziest streets continue to hold appeal for those able to afford a home on them.”