Actors Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp and entrepreneur Richard Branson all have something in common – they each own an island.
Earlier this year we reported that the Moray property market was performing well above expectation.
If you are the type of property owner that likes to entertain at home and host the occasional ceilidh, then I’ve found the right house for you.
An off-grid "modest, sustainable home" in the Scottish Highlands has been crowned the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) House of the Year for 2018.
From discovering Neolithic artefacts to exploring castle ruins and an old railway line, Helen Kelly certainly chose the right spot when it came to building Milton of Atherb.
North-east architecture students are jetting off to Japan for the final of an international competition to design the future of office space.
I spent much of last weekend driving along roads that have been re-branded and now form part of the iconic North Coast 500 route.
Ben Wyvis is a bonnie mountain but when there’s snow lying on it – as there is now – it looks spectacular.
The smart meter rollout will be vital in ensuring we have an energy system that is cleaner, greener and fit for the future.
Keen buyers can now explore two new showhomes at CHAP Homes’ Countesswells and Crest of Lochter developments.
Those of us who love having a look into other people’s homes have enjoyed watching the new BBC Scotland series Scotland’s Home of the Year, which has featured a wide variety of stunning homes from across the country.
It is not every day an opportunity arises to buy a home in one of the world’s last great wilderness areas.
Our country’s power usage is changing. Thanks to smart meters we can all help keep the lights on.
When it comes to building a home there’s often an essential checklist filled with important dates such as when the foundations are to go in or when the plumber is due on site.
Step inside this beautifully situated eco home in an outstanding location close to the coastline and with magnificent views over the Western Isles and Torridons, writes Susan Welsh.
The country house where Captain Scott planned his ill-fated final expedition – and it could be yours for offers over £550,000
If walls could talk, then those inside Burnside Lodge in Glen Prosen, by Kirriemuir, would have a fascinating story to tell.
Boasting a name like No. 1 Bar & Grill means they have a lot to live up to – after all, a kitchen or service mishap can leave a proud reputation feeling like a deflated souffle or overcooked duck.
Skye is not just for tourists, according to property consultancy, Galbraith.
Slains House is an Aladdin’s cave of treasure, its many rooms filled with quirky odds and ends from around the world, but mainly Indonesia.
If you dream of waking to the sound of crashing waves and breakfasting on your veranda while enjoying views across sand dunes, then this eco-chalet may be ideal for you.
Allan Nisbet can still remember the first time he and his late wife turned the lock in the door at Eastfield: June 18 1986.
When Sarah Rochester received a message from her old school friend, Peter Lawson, she never imagined she would relocate from London to Aberdeen and embark on a new life.
Skyhouse is an architectural marvel located in the heart of the Aberdeenshire countryside. Philippa Gerrard spoke to the owner to find out more about this most unusual property.
To take a look at Aberdour House is to be reminded of times gone by, a slice of history from an era where estate life was prevalent in Aberdeenshire.
An Inverurie-based business has beaten off competition from around the country to be officially named the UK’s Bathroom Retailer of the Year.
Renowned traveller and TV presenter Michael Palin described the Inverness to Kyle line as one of the most beautiful railway journeys in the world.
A house in rural Aberdeenshire has become the first in two years to sell for £1 million - fuelling hopes demand is picking up.
When walking along a beach, it’s not unusual for people to pick up a pretty shell.
Regular Your Home readers will be right to think Gary and Mel Grant look familiar, for this is not the first time they have featured in the P&J’s property supplement.
If anyone knows how to move house it’s Greg and Johan Byrne.
From the outside, Guisachan, a detached house which sits within the Culloden Moor conservation area, looks very much like a traditional Scottish country house.
You could say the first time Richard and Tanya Wilson met was electrifying. Some 22 years ago, they were next door neighbours in Cambridge, but hadn’t met.