House price data produced by the Registers of Scotland.
This material was last updated on 02 February 2016.
|£144,500||Residential||18 Dec 2015|
|£167,500||Residential||02 Dec 2015||2 bedrooms|
|£147,000||Residential||03 Aug 2011|
|£80,000||Residential||25 Sep 2006|
|£120,000||Residential||30 Nov 2005|
|£219,000||Residential||23 Sep 2015||3 bedrooms|
|£148,000||Residential||15 Sep 2015||3 bedrooms|
|£122,000||Residential||09 Sep 2015||4 bedrooms|
|£135,000||Residential||01 Sep 2015||1 bedroom|
|£147,500||Residential||01 Sep 2015||2 bedrooms|
|£400,000||Residential||28 Jul 2015||4 bedrooms|
|£145,000||Residential||27 May 2015|
|£145,000||Residential||19 Mar 2015|
|£155,000||Residential||05 May 2015|
|£83,000||Residential||11 Dec 2001|
|£267,500||Residential||24 Apr 2015|
|£235,000||Residential||28 Sep 2009|
|£222,500||Residential||15 Sep 2006|
|£236,236||Residential||18 Jul 2005|
|£153,250||Residential||26 Sep 2002|
|£316,000||Residential||03 Mar 2015|
|£125,000||Residential||07 Oct 2014||1 bedroom|
|£75,000||Residential||24 Feb 2004|
|£135,000||Residential||25 Sep 2014|
|£135,135||Residential||18 Aug 2011|
|£150,000||Residential||27 Jun 2014||3 bedrooms|
|£85,000||Residential||30 May 2014||1 bedroom|
|£69,600||Residential||05 May 2014|
|£128,000||Residential||24 Apr 2014||1 bedroom|
|£91,059||Residential||11 Oct 2004|
|£132,000||Residential||08 Apr 2014||2 bedrooms|
|£300,000||Residential||25 Mar 2014|
|£135,256||Residential||30 Jan 2014||1 bedroom|
|£250,000||Residential||18 Dec 2013||4 bedrooms|
|£131,000||Residential||19 Nov 2013|
|£146,000||Residential||19 Sep 2013|
|£140,000||Residential||13 Oct 2004|
|£55,000||Residential||28 May 2004|
|£222,500||Residential||16 Aug 2013||4 bedrooms|
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Charlestown, with an overall average price of £200,000 was more expensive than nearby Dunfermline (£144,000), Rosyth (£106,050) and Cairneyhill (£142,601).
During the last year, sold prices in Charlestown were 100% up on the previous year and 9% up on 2005 when the average house price was £184,227.