Housing experts say the transactions underline signs of recovery at the expensive end of the country's property market.
The big money deals were handled earlier this year by property agency Rettie & Co.
The company sold 24 homes for £1m or more in the Edinburgh area - twice as many as last year in the Scottish capital.
Top notch sales in Edinburgh have doubled, but the four sales in Glasgow, say Rettie & Co, come after there were none of that value in the city's West End last year.
Company chiefs say the "buoyancy of the wider market" is also illustrated by the fact that they dealt with £20m worth of properties across Scotland in the first two weeks of this month.
Managing director Simon Rettie said: "The £1m plus housing market has struggled alongside other parts of the housing sales market in recent years.
"However, there has been a notable improve-ment in market senti-ment and confidence in 2013 and this is reflected in our sales of such properties this year."
He added: "Typically, only around 1 in 10 sales of £1m-plus houses in Scotland go to an overseas buyer.
"Although far from a negligible market, the influence of overseas buyers on this housing market has been exaggerated by some."