Ann Street in the centre of the capital took the top spot in the Bank of Scotland’s annual review.
A property in the street, which is well-known for its aesthetics and Georgian architecture, costs about £1.7 million on average.
In second place is Wester Coates Avenue in the west of Edinburgh with houses costing about £1,615,000, followed by Regent Terrance, near Calton Hill, where properties average more than £1.5 million.
The transactions data is sourced from the Registry of Scotland, and individual post codes with only post codes/streets where there have been at least five transactions since 2017 are included.
Graham Blair, mortgages director at Bank of Scotland, said: “Ann Street in the beautiful city of Edinburgh tops the most expensive list, setting wealthy buyers back almost £1.7 million on average.
“While not in the top 10 priciest, homes in St Andrews also don’t come cheap, with The Scores and Donaldson Crescent offering properties at over £1.1million on average.”