Edinburgh street tops list of most expensive addresses

View of Dick Place The average price of a property in Dick Place was just over £1.5m

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Dick Place in the Grange area of Edinburgh is Scotland's most expensive residential street, according to data released by Bank of Scotland.

The average price of a property was estimated at just over £1.5m.

The next most expensive streets were in the west of Aberdeen - Rubislaw Den South (£1,430,000) and Rubislaw Den North (£1,190,000).

The figures were based on house sales completed between January 2007 and October 2011.

A total of 13 of the 20 most expensive streets named were located in Edinburgh.

Some of the other most expensive addresses in the capital were Ann Street, with an average property price of £1,188,000, and Kinellan Road (£992,000).

The Glasgow area's most expensive streets were Burnside Road (£974,000) in the Whitecraigs area of East Renfrewshire and Bowmore Crescent (£908,000) in Thorntonhall, South Lanarkshire.

Outside Scotland's three major cities, the most expensive homes were on Queens Crescent in Auchterarder, Perthshire, with an average sale price of nearly £1.2m.

The Bank of Scotland figures were based on data drawn from the Registers of Scotland.

Street Name Area Average price (2007/2011)

Dick Place



Rubislaw Den South



Rubislaw Den North



Ann Street



Queens Crescent



Kinellan Road



Spylaw Bank Road



Burnside Road



Sunbury Street



Hillpark Grove



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