The top ten most expensive streets in Scotland are all in Edinburgh, analysis has found.
The Bank of Scotland’s annual review revealed that the capital is home to 20 ‘millionaire’s rows’.
Stockbridge’s prestigious Ann Street, known for its classic Georgian architecture, took the top spot on the list as the bank found a home on the street will set buyers back an average of £1.7m.
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.
The remaining priciest roads in Scotland have an average asking price of £1.4m.
Streets which also made the top ten list were Danube Street, Heriot Row, Wester Coates Gardens, St Catherine’s Place, Spylaw Bank Road, Hope Terrace and St Bernard’s Crescent.
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 £1.7m on average.
“While not in the top ten priciest, homes in St Andrews also don’t come cheap, with The Scores and Donaldson Crescent offering properties at over £1.1m on average.”