House price data produced by the Registers of Scotland.
This material was last updated on 04 April 2017.
|£195,000||Residential||28 Feb 2017|
|£118,550||Residential||28 Feb 2017||2 bedrooms|
|£106,000||Residential||14 Nov 2011|
|£125,000||Residential||20 Sep 2007|
|£54,000||Residential||06 Jan 2003|
|£140,500||Residential||27 Feb 2017||2 bedrooms|
|£83,500||Residential||07 Jan 2005|
|£605,000||Residential||23 Feb 2017||4 bedrooms|
|£552,000||Residential||26 Apr 2013|
|£81,500||Residential||22 Feb 2017||3 bedrooms|
|£125,000||Residential||22 Feb 2017||1 bedroom|
|£125,000||Residential||22 Feb 2017||2 bedrooms|
|£255,000||Residential||21 Feb 2017||3 bedrooms|
|£175,000||Residential||10 Mar 2008|
|£737,500||Residential||21 Feb 2017||5 bedrooms|
|£675,000||Residential||27 Jun 2014|
|£142,000||Residential||21 Feb 2017||3 bedrooms|
|£139,950||Residential||05 Dec 2006|
|£815,000||Residential||20 Feb 2017|
|£355,000||Residential||20 Feb 2017|
|£262,500||Residential||30 Oct 2009|
|£195,000||Residential||23 Sep 2004|
|£420,000||Residential||16 Feb 2017||3 bedrooms|
|£202,000||Residential||16 Feb 2017|
|£143,300||Residential||28 Apr 2004|
|£105,000||Residential||15 Feb 2017||3 bedrooms|
|£85,000||Residential||19 Mar 2012|
|£83,333||Residential||26 Jun 2009|
|£105,000||Residential||15 Feb 2017||2 bedrooms|
|£187,000||Residential||15 Feb 2017|
|£185,000||Residential||15 Feb 2006|
|£107,250||Residential||15 Feb 2017||1 bedroom|
|£97,500||Residential||04 Apr 2016|
|£70,000||Residential||11 Aug 2015|
|£70,000||Residential||11 Jun 2015|
|£70,000||Residential||13 Apr 2015|
|£120,000||Residential||14 Feb 2017||2 bedrooms|
|£10,000||Residential||26 Sep 2006|
|£87,000||Residential||19 Jul 2004|
|£140,000||Residential||13 Feb 2017|
|£105,000||Residential||18 Nov 2005|
|£137,600||Residential||13 Feb 2017|
|£113,300||Residential||12 May 2006|
|£88,000||Residential||18 Nov 2004|
|£93,000||Residential||13 Feb 2017||1 bedroom|
|£90,105||Residential||19 Oct 2006|
|£124,580||Residential||08 Feb 2017|
|£110,400||Residential||27 Dec 2006|
|£105,000||Residential||20 Jun 2006|
|£260,000||Residential||08 Feb 2017||2 bedrooms|
|£319,995||Residential||07 Feb 2017|
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Trinity, with an overall average price of £207,632, was similar in terms of sold prices to nearby Newhaven (£202,005), but was more expensive than Granton (£156,337) and cheaper than Stockbridge (£386,736).
During the last year, sold prices in Trinity were similar to the previous year and 40% down on 2009 when the average house price was £348,483.