• Ryan Thompson

Residential Property: Edinburgh vs Hong Kong

Updated: Feb 23

£302K is the average price of residential property in the City of Edinburgh, an increase of 7% over the last year. Compared to average prices in London of £794k, and Hong Kong of £856k, that is quite a saving.

What does your money buy in the Edinburgh? If you are looking for a family home with an easy commute to the best schools and the City, you'll need a bit more than the average price. This is of course a changing market, but at the time of writing, these gems were available - all 4 beds.

Top end (over £1 million)

One of the finest homes in the City. Fine Georgian house nestled in very private grounds and includes a separate Old Coach House. £5 million (5+ beds).

Spectacular upper town house refurbished to a very high standard in the West End of the City. Beautiful high ceilings, chandeliers, views, and everything the City has to offer on your doorstep. £1.4 million.

Duplex with garage in the West End - comes with all the toys you will ever need. £1.1 million.

Luxurious (£750k - £1 million)

Terraced house in the cosmopolitan area of Stockbridge (an easy walk to the City). £995k.

A stunning open plan warehouse conversion in Trinity. £795k.

Nice (less than £750k)

'Chalet-style' villa in residential Corstorphine (leafy and quiet area with a community feel) with front and back gardens and significant investment potential. £590k.

Brand new home a short train ride to the City. £475k.

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