Edinburgh property: The 15 most expensive areas to buy a house in Edinburgh, including Dean Village and Ravelston

Here are the most expensive areas to buy a home in the Capital.

Buying a house in Edinburgh is becoming increasingly difficult, with the city having been ranked as the second most expensive place in Scotland to get onto the property ladder.

Property market figures released by the ESPC show house prices falling in Edinburgh, with the average property selling for around £265,000. There was also a price drop in West Lothian, but prices rose in East Lothian and Midlothian – the third and fifth most expensive areas in Scotland.

Take a look through our gallery to see which areas in Edinburgh were ranked the most expensive – with prices reaching £657,000 in some prime locations.