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St Andrews is Home to Scotland’s Most Expensive Street

Scotland’s most expensive street is once again to be found in St Andrews, new research has revealed. 

According to Bank of Scotland, Golf Place, which is a short walk from the famous Old Course, has an average house price of £2,179,000.

However, Edinburgh still has the highest number of expensive streets in Scotland. Aberdeen now only accounts for four of the prestigious locations and Glasgow now has five compared to three last year.

Edinburgh’s most expensive residential street is still Ettrick Road, with an average house price of £1,899,000. Ettrick Road also retains its place as second most expensive street in Scotland. Regent Terrace, which sits within the New and Old Town is the second most expensive street (£1,371,000) in Edinburgh and Heriot Row (£1,334,000) remains the third most expensive.

In Aberdeen, Deeview Road South has taken first place, with an average house price of £1,232,000. Rubislaw Den South is the second most expensive street in Aberdeen at £1,224,000, with Friarsfield Way coming in third (£1,132,000).

Meanwhile in Glasgow, newly crowned most expensive street Capelrig Lane boasts a price tag of £1,550,000, which is £533,000 more than last year’s most expensive street, Baroness Drive (£1,017,000).

“No location in Scotland is on par with St. Andrew’s when it comes to the nation’s most desirable addresses,” commented Graham Blair, mortgage director at Bank of Scotland.

“It should come as no surprise that Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow all dominate the list of most expensive streets in Scotland,” he added. “What is surprising is that there are only 14 locations outside of the big three cities that appear on the list within the top 100.”

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