487 houses you could own in Edinburgh

George, Polofields, Colinton, Colinton Mains, EH13 0DB
Prices From £760,000
5 bedroom Detached

45 Craigmount Brae, Corstorphine, EH12 8XD
Offers around £199,995
4 bedroom Townhouse

71 Fox Covert Avenue, Clermiston, EH12 6UH
Offers over £220,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

7 Bonaly Wester, Colinton, EH13 0RQ
Offers over £315,000
4 bedroom Terraced

38 Dochart Drive, Edinburgh, Eh4 7lb, Drum Brae, EH4 7LB
Offers over £143,000
3 bedroom Terraced

West Pilton Loan, Pilton, EH4 4EZ
Fixed price £119,995
Semi-detached

1 Parkgrove Terrace, Clermiston, EH4 7NY
Offers over £175,000
2 bedroom Semi-detached

83 Bonaly Wester, Bonaly, EH13 0RQ
Offers around £325,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

42 Buie Brae, Kirkliston, EH29 9FB
Offers over £255,000
4 bedroom Detached

Carlowrie Crescent, Dalmeny, South Queensferry, EH30 9TZ
Fixed price £140,000
3 bedroom Terraced

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    Houses for sale in Edinburgh

    Edinburgh is the Capital City of Scotland and sits on the East Coast, along the Firth of Forth. Home to the Scottish Parliament and Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh is steeped in history. Combining historic attractions, such as Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile, with modern life including fantastic shopping and restaurants, makes Edinburgh a diverse place to live and work.

    While Tourism is an important economic driver in Edinburgh (recognised as a world Heritage site), much of Edinburgh's economy is based on the concentration of financial services companies including Bank of Scotland, Standard life and Tesco Bank which have headquarters in the city.

    In Edinburgh many properties are tenements, but there are a greater number of detached and semi-detached houses situated in the more affluent areas in Southern and Western parts of the city.

    Edinburgh is home to the Scottish national rugby union team who play at Murrayfield Stadium, and the Scottish Cricket team. There are also two professional football teams in the city, Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian.

    Every year Edinburgh hosts the Edinburgh Festival which attracts tourists from around the world, helping to make Edinburgh the second most visited tourist destination in the UK, behind London.