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

Scotland saw average house prices increase annually by 3.6% to reach £145,992, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.

By comparison, the average UK house price reached £226,071 over the year to November, an increase of 5.1% annually.

The area showing the largest annual growth in Scotland was West Dunbartonshire, where house prices increased by 10.3% to reach an average of £106,216.

Na h-Eileanan Siar saw the least growth north of the border, a -11.3% fall to see average house prices of £93,553.

The market in Edinburgh remains strong, with the average price rising 8.0% to £246,508.

Prices in Aberdeen continue to fall, with the average property now costing £163,489, down 4.2% on last year.

Graphic: ONS

Average house prices and % change - by local authority:

Aberdeenshire £187,073 -1.8%Angus £141,788 1.1%Argyll and Bute £127,373 -3.9%City of Aberdeen £163,489 -4.2%City of Dundee £122,510 1.9%City of Edinburgh £246,508 8.0%City of Glasgow £123,812 6.6%Clackmannanshire £120,868 3.3%Dumfries and Galloway £125,587 5.7%East Ayrshire £98,067 4.2%East Dunbartonshire £204,847 -0.9%East Lothian £217,106 8.1%East Renfrewshire £223,995 1.2%Falkirk £119,670 6.0%Fife £129,350 2.1%Highland £154,630 -0.5%Inverclyde £100,400 6.9%Midlothian £169,181 4.4%Moray £148,486 1.9%Na h-Eileanan Siar £93,553 -11.3%North Ayrshire £103,196 7.2%North Lanarkshire £102,727 1.5%Orkney Islands £129,950 -0.3%Perth and Kinross £177,527 1.7%Renfrewshire £119,553 4.4%Scottish Borders £151,941 -0.6%Shetland Islands £159,574 7.3%South Ayrshire £134,384 3.9%South Lanarkshire £123,804 6.0%Stirling £171,629 0.7%West Dunbartonshire £106,216 10.3%West Lothian £152,387 7.8%

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.