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Average House Price in Fife over last 12 Months
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Area Name
Average Price View Area
Aberdour and Burntisland West £76,021 View Area
Anstruther and East Neuk Landward £106,847 View Area
Auchmuty and Woodside West £52,274 View Area
Auchtermuchty and Ladybank £80,572 View Area
Auchtertool and Burntisland East £84,346 View Area
Baldridgeburn £67,036 View Area
Balgeddie and Collydean £80,411 View Area
Ballingry and Lochore £40,263 View Area
Bennochy and Valley £50,725 View Area
Blairhall, High Valleyfield and Torryburn £73,448 View Area
Brucefield and Nethertown £64,864 View Area
Buckhaven and Denbeath £41,513 View Area
Cadham, Pitcoudie and Balfarg £70,113 View Area
Cairneyhill, Carnock and Milesmark £98,694 View Area
Cardenden, Cluny and Chapel £75,196 View Area
Caskieberran and Rimbleton £66,626 View Area
Cowdenbeath Central £49,402 View Area
Crail, Cameron and Kemback £129,933 View Area
Crossford and Dunfermline Central £89,527 View Area
Crossgates and Mossside £62,099 View Area
Crosshill and Lochgelly North £53,229 View Area
Cupar North £77,820 View Area
Cupar South £105,381 View Area
Dalgety Bay East £124,916 View Area
Dalgety Bay West and Hillend £102,300 View Area
Dunnikier £117,108 View Area
Dysart and Gallatown £57,567 View Area
Elie, St Monans and Pittenweem £115,430 View Area
Falkland, Freuchie and Strathmiglo £95,176 View Area
Garvock and Carnegie £87,289 View Area
Glebe Park, Pathhead and Sinclairtown £67,654 View Area
Halbeath, Hill of Beath and Kingseat £74,083 View Area
Hayfield and Balsusney £54,031 View Area
Inverkeithing East and North Queensferry £71,368 View Area
Inverkeithing West and Rosyth South £71,487 View Area
Kelty £70,092 View Area
Kennoway £52,024 View Area
Kettle, Springfield and Ceres £100,204 View Area
Kincardine, Culross and Low Valleyfield £81,023 View Area
Kinghorn and Invertiel £99,786 View Area
Kinglassie, Bowhill and Dundonald £57,502 View Area
Largo £108,356 View Area
Leslie and Whinnyknowe £85,627 View Area
Leuchars, Balmullo and Guardbridge £102,091 View Area
Leven East £61,826 View Area
Leven West and Kirkland £70,355 View Area
Limekilns and Pitreavie £109,052 View Area
Linburn £115,859 View Area
Linktown and Kirkcaldy Central £75,859 View Area
Lumphinnans and Lochgelly South £44,132 View Area
Markinch and Woodside East £63,741 View Area
Methil £40,362 View Area
Methilhill £44,739 View Area
Newburgh and Tay Coast £83,205 View Area
Newcastle and Tanshall £35,869 View Area
Newport-on-Tay and Wormit £101,763 View Area
Oakfield and Cowdenbeath North £58,091 View Area
Oakley, Saline and Steelend £61,615 View Area
Pitcorthie £89,029 View Area
Pitteuchar and Finglassie North £65,522 View Area
Raith and Longbraes £90,874 View Area
Rosyth East £62,108 View Area
Rosyth West £57,846 View Area
Smeaton and Overton £51,682 View Area
South Parks and Macedonia £49,759 View Area
St Andrews Central £206,738 View Area
St Andrews South £146,385 View Area
St Andrews South East £101,304 View Area
Strathkinness and St Andrews West £181,962 View Area
Tayport and Motray £88,889 View Area
Templehall East £52,893 View Area
Templehall West £50,210 View Area
Thornton, Stenton and Finglassie South £69,422 View Area
Townhill and Bellyeoman £79,078 View Area
Wellwood and Headwell £74,312 View Area
Wemyss and Muiredge £53,749 View Area
Windygates, Star and Balgonie £79,256 View Area
Woodmill £79,345 View Area

About Fife

Fife is a county on the East coast of Scotland and has over 360,000 inhabitants making it one of the most populous counties in the UK. Fife is often called by Scots, ’The Kingdom of Fife’, due to the Pictish kingdom which the modern area is based on.


Dunfermline is the largest town in Fife and has over 39,000 inhabitants, and is a historical seat of Scottish kings until around 1070AD. Dunfermline Abbey was built by the Benedictine’s in 1128 under patronage by King David I, but there has been a monastery dating back to 1098 on the same site. It is has more Royal Scots buried there than any other site except Iona.


St Andrews is a picturesque and historical town with a population of 18,000, and from medieval times to the Reformation was the Ecclesiastical centre of Scotland. St Andrews has many tourist attractions such as the Cathedral, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club (the oldest in the world, St Andrews is known as ‘the home of golf’) and St Andrews University. St Andrews University is the second oldest in the English speaking world being founded in 1403 and now having over 8,000 students many of whom are English. St Andrews University is often listed as one of the best in the UK in terms of Educational League Tables.


Fife also contains RAF Leuchars and contained Rosyth which housed the Royal Naval Dockyards, now privately owned by Babcock International.


Famous Fifers include: industrialist and benefactor Andrew Carnegie and King Charles I while Prime Minster Gordon Brown was an MP for Dunfermline East constituency.

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