A TURNKEY terraced house in Rosyth was one of the ESPC's top 10 most viewed properties in May.

The three-bedroom home on Selvage Street was described as sleek and stylish and went on the market with Morgans for offers over £150,000.

It was a "perfect family home at a budget-friendly price" and said that it's currently under offer - as are a further eight from the top 10 most viewed properties on espc.com.

Paul Hilton, CEO of ESPC, commented: “May was clearly a busy month for the property market, with plenty of new properties coming onto the market and plenty of buyers ready to snap them up.

"With nine of our most-viewed homes already off the market, it’s a clear indication that buyers are serious about finding their ideal home and will act quickly to secure a property that ticks their boxes.

“The most popular properties show us that, as in April, there’s a huge mix of buyers in the market when it comes to budgets, as we have properties on the affordable housing scheme right through to properties priced at over £1 million.

"However, this month, our buyers all have one major thing in common: they have their sights set on finding a house, with this type of property exclusively making up the top 10."

Also making the list was a bungalow in North Berwick on the marker for over £1.1m, a "chocolate-box cottage" close to South Queensferry, a Georgian seaside house in Portobello, a four-bedroom family house in Musselburgh and a bungalow with its own yurt in Newtongrange.