If you don’t believe in magic you’ll never find it, or so the saying goes, but the world of make-believe comes easy at The Firs in Torphins.
An idyllic location and spacious family living awaits at this six bedroom home in Rothienorman.
Tentative signs of spring are making an appearance at No 10, The Chanonry with blossom overhanging the winding path.
There is something wonderfully charming about The Salmon House, a quaint three- bedroom cottage with views across Gardenstown Harbour in Banff.
Jim Stewart is a familiar sight in the Mastrick area of Aberdeen, striding with purpose across the road as his young charges wait eagerly on the pavement.
If you’re on the hunt for a spacious family home with gorgeous views of the countryside, you can call off the search thanks to this lovely property in Hatton.
Life at Earlswells House seems to spin on its own axis, dictated only by the passing seasons as the beautiful gardens emerge into spring and the pink granite shrugs off the cold gleam of winter.
It has been a year since Ellie House became a mother on International Women’s Day. Here she explains how incredible women have helped her on the journey.
As Scotland’s first female bishop, the Rt Reverend Anne Dyer is as determined as ever to make a difference
It’s unseasonably warm as sunlight streams through the windows at Marischal College, and Anne Dyer tilts her face to the rays.
When Sian Fitzpatrick was a little girl she became enthralled with the world of Harry Potter, as did millions of other children around the world.
Allan Nisbet can still remember the first time he and his late wife turned the lock in the door at Eastfield: June 18 1986.
Long hours, isolation and uncertainty may be playing a part in an increasing number of farmers developing mental health issues
There’s a sense of stillness in the air at Sittyton Farm, a moment when all seems calm and the dipped white heads of snowdrops sway in the breeze.
When the Knudsen family first set eyes on Nether Boghead, they saw a gorgeous period property which was in desperate need of some tender loving care.
James Addison is never far from the sea, his gaze firmly fixed on the Moray Firth which unravels like a blue ribbon from his vantage point in Cullen.
When Rory Macdonald takes to the skies, it is in the knowledge that the flight could mean the difference between life and death.
The smell of lentil soup is in the air as people warmly greet each other at North East Sensory Services (NESS) in Aberdeen, before sitting down to enjoy lunch together.
If you happen to be walking past Crown Baptist Church on a Wednesday night, you might hear a chorus of voices rising in song.
Perfectly groomed brows, just the right shade of foundation and a dazzling smudge of bright lipstick; this is Helen Mulgrew’s “war paint” for the day ahead.
Standing for more than 100 years, the owners of Burnside House in Turriff told Ellie House why its magic will never fade.
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.
Lynne Mennie did just that and told Ellie House about the adventures along the way.
With funeral poverty on the rise and limited plots left in graveyards, why are we still afraid to talk about death?
When Vicki Fraser leaves the office for the day and goes home to her two sons, there are moments when she hugs them a little tighter.
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.
The dark nights may seem never ending at this time of year, with daylight hours in short supply before and after the winter solstice.
When Deirdre and Stephen Little first set eyes on 78 Hamilton Place, it took a hefty dose of imagination to see the potential on offer.
Foo’s yer doos or fit like... if you’re sat there in bafflement then you clearly dinna ken yer Doric.
As you turn the pages of The People’s Friend, the din of modern life seems to fade into the background.
Number 56 St Swithin Street is a home which needs to be filled with people, with children racing down the stairs of this beautiful period property.
When Alistair Baranowski surveys his back garden, he can choose between visiting the saloon or paying his respects at the cemetery, which is filling up fast due to shoot-outs.
Pioneer behind fight against kidney disease in Aberdeen reflects upon his lengthy and remarkable career
There is hardly a week that passes when Neil Edward is not stopped in the street and profusely thanked for the role he played in saving someone’s life.
It’s fair to say that Colin Slessor is fun-loving and certainly a character with a glint in his eye for the next quip.
The Cowies were on the hunt for a new-build when they stumbled across Invercowie House, a B listed period townhouse steeped in history and complete with gorgeous original features.