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Detailed Property Data for Falkirk (Borough of), UK

The Borough of Falkirk (Scottish Gaelic Baile Àirigh Chliobain) is one of 32 council areas used for local government in Scotland. The principal town is Falkirk and the council area borders the City of Edinburgh, Stirling, West Lothian and Clackmannanshire. At the time of the 2001 census it had a population of 68,742 within its 95 km2 boundaries, which had risen to 73,089 by 2007. It lies on the southern bank of the River Forth, north-west of Edinburgh and north-east of Glasgow. The average price of a house in Scotland is £133,000. In Falkirk, in March 2017 there were 347 houses sold with an average property value of £136,973. The most expensive property sold was for £270,000 and the cheapest for just £36,500. House prices are up 0.86% on February 2017 according to Land Registry figures.

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