Scottish house prices: how the cost of property has changed where you live

Scotland saw average house prices increase annually by 7.7% to reach £148,783, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.

By comparison, the average UK house price reached £226,756 over the year to November, an increase of 5.2% annually.

The area showing the largest annual growth in Scotland was West Dunbartonshire, where house prices increased by 14.9% to reach an average of £109,293.

The City of Aberdeen saw the least growth north of the border, a -2.2% fall saw average house prices dip to £164,041.

The market in Edinburgh remains strong, with the average price rising 10.0% to £247,842.

Prices in Glasgow also continue to steadily increase, with the average property now costing £128,123, up 9.7% on last year.

Annual price change for Scotland over the past 5 years (Graph: ONS)

Average house prices and % change - by local authority:

Aberdeenshire £192,035 0.6%Angus £146,430 3.7%Argyll and Bute £143,272 9.8%City of Aberdeen £164,041 -2.2%City of Dundee £120,489 0.1%City of Edinburgh £247,842 10.0%City of Glasgow £128,123 9.7%Clackmannanshire £119,839 3.8%Dumfries and Galloway £123,835 3.9%East Ayrshire £94,337 1.0%East Dunbartonshire £209,757 2.3%East Lothian £215,601 8.8%East Renfrewshire £224,475 3.2%Falkirk £121,817 8.1%Fife £130,335 3.4%Highland £161,056 5.5%Inverclyde £101,084 7.5%Midlothian £177,002 9.2%Moray £149,374 2.8%Na h-Eileanan Siar £100,713 -1.9%North Ayrshire £104,601 8.2%North Lanarkshire £105,630 6.8%Orkney Islands £146,842 18.2%Perth and Kinross £185,969 5.4%Renfrewshire £121,478 6.7%Scottish Borders £155,386 5.5%Shetland Islands £172,534 -1.0%South Ayrshire £134,407 7.6%South Lanarkshire £126,305 8.1%Stirling £178,154 2.2%West Dunbartonshire £109,293 14.9%West Lothian £156,006 9.5%

The UK House Price Index (UK HPI) is calculated by the Office for National Statistics and Land & Property Services Northern Ireland.

Full data is available via the ONS.