SCOTLAND’S most expensive streets includes homes within the Glasgow postcode area.

Homes in Earls Gate in Bothwell, a favourite with famous footballers, sell for an average price of £1,171,000 while properties situated on Manse Road in Bearsden list for around £1,162,000.

Peel Road in Thortonhall also made the list which was topped by Edinburgh’s Regent Terrace where the average house price is £1,756,000.

The research was carried out by the Bank of Scotland.

Ricky Diggins, Director at Bank of Scotland, said, “Edinburgh is a stunning city and it comes as no surprise that it continues to lead the way in Scotland’s prime property market with its historic architecture and large array of luxury addresses in various streets throughout the city. As a Glasgow resident myself, it’s also great to see some new entries in my own city this year. As a cosmopolitan hotspot, Glasgow goes toe to toe with Edinburgh in terms of its vibrancy and this has been recognised in this year’s list.

“Despite the extraordinary circumstances this year resulting in the industry not operating in its usual manner, demand has remained relatively healthy in Scotland with house prices increasing slightly. It is likely however that we will not see the full effects of the pandemic for some time.”