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March 10, 2011

Scotland’s most expensive addresses revealed

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by Gill Montia

Scotland's most expensive addresses revealed

Scotland’s most expensive streets have been named, with 15 of the top 20 located in Edinburgh.

Belmont Drive heads the list with an average property price of just over £2.3 million, a Bank of Scotland (BoS) study shows, followed by Ettrick Road in Merchiston, where a home is likely to cost about £1.9 million.

Meanwhile, residents of the capital’s Grange conservation area can expect to pay around £1.6 million for an address on Dick Place.

Outside Edinburgh, the most expensive streets are Hill Road in Gullane (£1.3 million); Rubislaw Den South in Aberdeen (£1.2 million); Countess Gate in Bothwell (£1.06 million) and Craigielaw Park in Longniddry (£1.02 million).

According to BoS housing economist, Nitesh Patel, across Scotland, the survey shows that the most expensive streets are tightly clustered in relatively small areas.


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