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Drummond Crescent in Inverness is a rather lovely street.
This seven-bedroom Scottish mansion, worth a whopping £625,000, could be yours for the price of a £5 raffle ticket.
A house with a view is always desirable – but it pales in comparison against a farmhouse set right on the shores of a white, sandy beach on the west coast of Scotland.
For your own charming piece of paradise, escape to Cuilag.
It is something of a buyer’s market in Aberdeen and its suburbs, and while that’s a real change for a city that is used to seeing the value of property constantly creep up, what hasn’t changed is a strong desire to own a home in a des-res area.
House prices in north and north east coastal towns have risen much faster in the last decade than in other seaside locations - in one case almost doubling.
Across the north of Scotland you will find a plethora of stunning homes.
The Craigearn is the five-bedroom home of your dreams.
When the Bells had to relocate from Portugal, the stunning 1830s farmhouse in Maryculter caught their eye.
Reaction from those visiting the new Culzean show-home, pictured, at Tulloch’s Greenfields development in Inverness has been fantastic, with descriptions such as “the most stunning showhome in Inverness,” being typical of the feedback received.
Whether you are looking to downsize to a smaller rented property, or looking for a home that has more to offer than a flat, this nice semi-detached bungalow in Portlethen may be just what you are looking for.
The commercial property market within the Highlands has seen a resurgence over the past few years after a period of prolonged financial turmoil, according to the area’s leading commercial estate agency.
Number 50 Pennan Road in Ellon is agorgeous four-bedroom detached house which has been beautifully maintained and designed to a high standard – which is obvious from the moment you walk through the front door.
It has been more than a decade since Dennis and Arlene Perkins moved to Torgormack in Beauly near Inverness – and their relocation to Scotland was the start of a rather special adventure together.
The first phase of a major housing development in Aberdeen has been given the green light, with 71 new homes set to be built.
When William Gallacher was a little boy, his family left Scotland and started a new life down south – but he always vowed he’d return.
If Aberdeen is your destined location for a new home, you are in luck.
Dangling your legs over your very own jetty with panoramic views over Kyles of Butes – it’s all part of the package at West Glen.
Ahistoric post office conversion is giving house-hunters a rare chance to get on the property ladder with a unique and stunning buy.
When it comes to DIY we’re perhaps more eager than ever before to make the most of our homes, with inspiration at our fingertips.
On her own admission, Tina Roberts loved nothing more than a busy working life in the city, and indulging in some retail therapy.
Everyone has their favourite style of house.
In the classic children’s book The Chronicles of Narnia, by CS Lewis, children travelled through a wardrobe and entered into the magical world of Narnia.
Two Aberdeenshire pensioners have struck gold again at this years' Chelsea Flower Show creating a hat-trick of medals for the pair.
Plans have been submitted to create a new luxury home development in the centre of a picturesque Highland town.
It's the biggest financial investment you'll ever make which can make home-hunting particularly stressful.
First-time buyers, Samantha Low and Lewis Johnston recently took an exciting step on the property ladder and bought their first home with Stewart Milne Homes in Cove, just south of Aberdeen.
Life has been one big adventure for Kit and Tom Pawson, and the fun is still plain to see in their marriage of 52 years.
Before looking for a new home it’s wise to draw up a tick-box list of requirements which you feel your new home should have.
When it comes to family life, we all envisage a home which is adaptable and ultimately offers a space where memories can be made.
The "charming" holiday home of the late Oscar-winning director Lord Attenborough has been put on the market for less than £600,000.
After more than 35 years in their beloved family home, Alan and Elizabeth Benton have decided to start a new chapter of their lives, but will be leaving behind some very happy memories.