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From the windows of An Lionadh, a seaside cottage on the Isle of Easdale on Scotland’s west coast, you can watch the tides ebb and flow across the Atlantic.
If you’re after an unusual property complete with wonderful location, welcome to Snowdrop Lodge.
A modern-looking home with contemporary touches and functional decor is a much coveted look nowadays.
With character and period features galore, Derranbank is a property you won’t forget in a hurry.
A well-appointed showhome is a wonderful place to spend time and an important part of the buying process because it gives potential buyers the chance to get an idea of what their new home could be like.
Bandrum House is truly one-of-a-kind, and once you see inside you'll understand why.
This immaculate three-bedroom apartment is fabulously stylish, and even comes with an enviable location.
They appear like two dots on a remote loch-side mountainous location, but these unusual properties – a nine-mile sail from the nearest village – have gone on the market for almost quarter of a million pounds.
For most people, the dream of building your own house is just that – a dream.
When Lois Simpson moved from her home town of Arbroath to develop her career as a personal trainer in Aberdeen, she needed to find a home that would suit her busy lifestyle.
Fabulously modern and impressively spacious, 159 Oakhill Grange is a property which doesn’t come up often.
If it’s more space you’re after, this immaculate family home ticks all the boxes.
Luxury housebuilder Kirkwood Homes will launch the marketing suite at its highly anticipated Countesswells development, on the outskirts of Aberdeen, on Saturday from 11am.
Sitting on the outskirts of Oldmeldrum, Piketillum offers style and space in abundance.
Ravenswood is said to be one of the loveliest homes in Inverness–a statement you’d be hard pushed to disagree with.
Oakwood Court, a new McCarthy and Stone retirement living development on Crown Avenue in Inverness, is proving to be a roaring success, with 85% of apartments sold off-plan.
Part of a traditional granite tenement block, this beautiful flat shows that it’s entirely possible to enjoy a historic outlook yet with the most modern of interiors.
It’s being billed as the sale of the century – a chance to own a former Highland hotel in a well-known beauty spot for less than the amount you’d pay for less than the average UK house price.
Fancy a fabulous new countryside abode in time for summer?
John and Elizabeth Crothers have lived all over the world from Brazil to Indonesia, but nowhere has felt more like home than Aboyne.
It’s not just the waters of the Moray Firth that flow steadily in Gardenstown – the creative juices of Kim and Mick Eason are always in full flow here too.
The north-east has plenty of wonderful views on offer, and these nine properties feature some of the best.
Mansefield Lodge certainly isn’t your average rental property.
The Easter holidays are here and it’s the perfect time to get out and find your new home.
A secluded, south-facing family home – there is no doubt that Arantes ticks all the boxes for moving up the property ladder.
Modern and with plenty of room for a growing family, 9 Craigton Road could be your next step up the property ladder.
Those in the market for a large, substantial house where they may be able to accommodate guests aplenty should consider Kilmorack House. It sits in the scattered, quiet hamlet of Kilmorack close to Beauly and is within easy reach of the River Beauly as well as being close to picturesque Strathfarrar and Glen Affric National Nature Reserves.
Leaves rustle on the quiet cobbled pavement as you approach Number 10 Marine Terrace.
The Aspey family are very well travelled, with wooden bookshelves filled to bursting with well-thumbed guidebooks for tropical locations around the globe.
For many years, David and Janet Walker’s hearts were in the Highlands, and in the village of Golspie in particular...
Renowned traveller and TV presenter Michael Palin described the Inverness to Kyle line as one of the most beautiful railway journeys in the world.
Everyone wants something different from life in a new home. For some access to local green space is an important factor, while for others quality local schools is the top priority.