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Train station architecture is one of the unsung triumphs of British engineering.
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.
Simpsons are delighted to introduce a brand new magazine. Packed full of information, images and offers from the UK Garden Centre of Excellence 2017/18.
You will need a large piece of paper to list all the great aspects of Tillycroy. The large home in Craigievar, Alford, has a huge amount of potential and breathtaking country views.
Highland Slaters is celebrating 40 years in business this year. The traditional slating company was established by James MacRae Sr in 1978 and today specialises in all aspects of traditional and modern roofing. Here, to mark the 40th anniversary of this Highland success story, we speak to James MacRae Jr, the founder’s son, as he looks back to when he first began working with his Dad as an apprentice. James, who now runs Highland Slaters, also celebrates the successes of the family-run firm and reveals his hopes for the future of the business.
A peaceful haven with all the home comforts and convenience of modern living right in the heart of Aberdeen?
With an impressive front and traditional features throughout, Number 68 Craigton Road certainly isn’t your typical city-centre leasing property.
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Those visiting the recently opened Cormorant showhome at Kirkton Heights development in Fraserburgh always have the same reaction: “Wow!”
There’s one word which springs to mind when viewing Number 19 Slackbuie Way in Inverness, and that is elegant.
There’s only one thing better than building your own house and that’s moving to an immaculate home after someone else has done all the hard work for you.
From the moment you walk up the garden path to Auchiries Farm-house in Cruden Bay, you will be captivated by this charming country pad.
Any young visitors to the new Barratt Homes show-home at Mains of Culduthel, Inverness, could be forgiven for feeling star-stuck once they see the bedrooms.
On the lookout for a spacious rental property that won’t break the bank?
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.
To wander along Fonthill Terrace is to return to an era when horse-drawn carriages would perhaps bump down the street, while middle-class Victorians busied themselves bustling about their daily lives.
Deceptively spacious and modern, Number 33 Grampian Road has all the makings of an ideal family home.
The opportunity to own a luxury lodge in an idyllic spot has been proving popular with buyers.
Escape the heat of the city this summer with Number 188 North Deeside Road.
GALLERY: It’s the end of an era for this substantial detached period home overlooking a park in Forres
When it comes to taking a seat to enjoy the garden, at Tormhor which sits at number 11 High Street, Forres, visitors are spoiled for choice.
21 Stuart Crescent, located in an executive development in the country village of Kemnay, offers modern living in a rural setting.
When Ian and Frances Fyfe were searching for the perfect pad to retire to, they didn’t want to entirely leave the city behind.
If you’re after a home which is ready to move into then look no further than 15 Queen Johanna Drive.
An impressive private drive sets the scene upon approaching Sunnyside Lodge.
History fans will be familiar with the name Kilmartin Glen, as this area of Argyll was once referred to as the ancient capital of Scotland.
Ever thought about buying a summer house for your garden?
There can only ever be one reaction from people visiting stunning Balchraggan Croft – wow!
Fancy living in a slick and central Aberdeen apartment?
From the outside, Seahaven, a substantial detached large family home in Nairn looks very much the traditional home, but step through the front doors and what’s inside just may surprise you.
Holly Sandison has something not every home owner possesses – an ability to see something looking far from its best and imagine how it would look if transformed.
Everyone loves a bargain and a home that’s had $5 million knocked off the original asking price has got to be worth a look, all the more so when you discover it was the first mansion that Donald Trump owned.
Modern and with lots of room for a growing family, get ready to start the summer in this fabulous new home.