Edinburgh has seen house prices rise by a whopping £40,000 in the last year, despite the pandemic still raging on in Scotland.
According to Lindsay’s estate agents latest report, there has been an increase of 15 per cent in 2021, and have also predicted that the market will continue to rise in price during the New Year.
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Between the beginning of 2021 and November of the same year, the firm has said the average sale price of a house in Edinburgh was £316,000, compared to 2020’s average home sales of £276,000.
These sales occurred in Edinburgh for the majority, but also included purchases in East and West Lothian, with a rise of 14.5 per cent.
So, as the average price is £316,000 in the capital, what can that hefty price tag get you in different areas of the city?
Listed below are six extremely different properties in six different areas of the city, all for the price of £315,000 each.
Two-bed flat for sale in Leith
First up is this two-bedroom flat in the Leith neighbourhood of Edinburgh, complete with a balcony that leads from the living-room onto a first-floor patio, perfect for taking in the view.
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This Geissler Drive address is extremely modern and fresh, just minutes from the heart of Leith and has been built as an open-plan three-zone living space, with an L-shaped kitchen area.
Marketed by Pinsent Masons, this home is on the market for a fixed price of £315,000, which is pretty pricey for a flat, but if you take into consideration the location and move-in ability of the property, it is a fair deal.
Four-bed semi-detached house for sale in Gilmerton
This four-bedroom housing development property in the heart of Gilmerton is a new addition to the market, and will include a £5,000 flooring package by Edinburgh-based company Richard F McKay.
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This Fernieside Place address of four semi-detached villas by Southside Homes promises a rare and ready-made combination of stylish, efficient and future-proof family living on the green southern fringes of the capital.
Marketed by Gilson Gray, this home is on the market for offers over £315,000 which, in all things considered, is a reasonably priced four-bedroom home in the capital.
Three-bed detached house for sale in Mortonhall
This Mortonhall Park Avenue address is described as a “beautifully presented detached family villa with a sunny garden, quietly tucked away against a pleasant leafy backdrop”.
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This well set-out home benefits from a private conservatory, an electric-powered garage door with power, and three bedrooms all complete with wardrobe space.
Marketed by Warners, this property is on the market for offers over £315,000, and early viewing is definitely recommended!
Two-bed flat for sale in Old Town
This top floor flat is set within the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town and forms part of an 18th century C Listed building providing beautiful views towards Calton Hill, Arthur Seat and the Firth of Forth beyond.
The Infirmary Street address has two double bedrooms, a kitchen with all the mod-cons, and a light, airy livingroom leading into a dining area as well.
This property is marketed by Neilsons, and is also on the market for a fixed price of £315,000.
Three-bed flat for sale in Corstorphine
This tastefully presented double upper villa with large, private gardens and wonderful views to the Pentland Hills is located in Corstorphine which is a highly regarded residential area in west Edinburgh.
The Lampacre Road address is well set-out and is close to convenient local amenities and great public transport links.
The flexible accommodation is in move-in condition and comprises; entrance stairs to welcoming upper hallway, spacious living room/double bedroom,living/dining room with separate kitchen off, two generous double bedrooms, study and stylish shower room.
Marketed by Deans Properties, this home is on the market for offers over £315,000.
Two-bed flat for sale in New Town
Hopetoun Crescent is a contemporary modern ground floor two bedroom apartment on the edge of Edinburgh’s New Town, offering spacious and well-proportioned accommodation with a pleasant outlook to the rear over the private landscaped gardens.
This property forms part of a well-liked development and benefits from having private residents parking facility in a secure underground garage.
The property offers great potential as an investment opportunity for those seeking a “Buy to let” opportunity, as well as being a fantastic city centre home, within close proximity to Edinburgh’s bustling city centre.
Marketed by Sturrock, Armstrong and Thomson, this property is on the market for, you guessed it, offers over £315,000!
For more information on any of these homes, and many more, check out the property website ESPC, here.
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