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They say the kitchen is the heart of the home. Judging by these beauties below, that can only be true.
Situated in central Aberdeen, this well-proportioned one bedroom flat is an absolute steal.
Sitting in the peaceful hamlet of Inverkeithny is Bridgend, this stunning detached period house.
Fancy yourself as a bit of a fixer-upper, and desperately needing a new project to get stuck into?
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.
Original features and great views, say hello to your new home in Aberdeen.
A beautiful, unique home which comes with its own large wildlife pond makes country living very desirable, writes Susan Welsh.
Have you ever wanted a home that grows with you, one that means you don’t have to move home every time your family grows?
Even from the outside, Four Hammerman Drive makes an impression.
Number 29, Beechcroft Gardens has a certain style about it – and will no doubt tempt those in search of a modern pad.
Three Highland villages are in the running for the nationally televised Village of the Year competition ahead of 400 other nominees.
Fancy a stunning new home to kick start your 2018?
An immaculate family home complete with desirable location can be hard to find; thankfully Torridon has it all covered.
It has been 30 years since Mary Miller first walked into the kitchen at 143 Hamilton Place, and she can still remember the weather on that cold November morning.
It is sometimes the most basic of names which hold the most meaning and Ar Dachaigh is no exception.
If you have always wanted a home with an alfresco dining spot alongside versatile interior space, 33 Colthill Crescent may be for you.
While many of us are working on our Christmas lists, some will be thinking about a new home for the new year.
With a sharp grey bob and tailored outfit, it should come as no surprise that Eileen Kesson spends her days putting together enviable looks and spotting the latest trends soon to be invading magazine pages and, more importantly, our homes.
The British Property Federation expects that the private rented sector in the UK will expand by over 200% in the next 10 years.
It’s not very often that a property comes up for sale in the heart of the Isle of Iona, and even rarer to find one just waiting for a new owner to put their own stamp on it.
Renovating a period property and juggling demanding work as an offshore mechanical engineer may not sound ideal, but Sarah Rawlinson stayed true to her vision after falling in love with a fishing village in Aberdeen.
With a fantastic incentive package available, together with a price reduction on the last three-bedroom home of its type, there has never been a better time to buy a new home at CHAP Homes’ Clover Way development.
It’s fair to say that 11 Woodland Gardens isn’t your average family home, and this ultra-trendy pad will provide the ultimate welcome in time for Christmas.
An immaculate interior and lovely location, this spacious bungalow could well be your new home in time for Christmas.
To approach Bridgefield House is to return to an era when carriages would perhaps sit idle by the fountain, while guests danced the night away in the grand drawing room.
In terms of world events, the year 1775 was pretty dramatic. It’s the year the American Revolution began with the first shots fired just after dawn in Lexington, Massachusetts – shots which were then heard around the world. Here, the Industrial Revolution was underway while people in the Highlands were still dealing with the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden and Highland Clearances.
It’s fair to say that Ali Gordon is no stranger to DIY having run his own building business for decades, but it’s a little different when the project is your very own dream home.
A dad-of-two who spent six months and £2,000 building the ultimate tribute to his favourite football team has been crowned the winner of Britain's best man cave.
Imagine sitting in the comfort of your own armchair and watching a family of resident otters play with their young on the shore; pods of dolphins and the occasional whale swimming by, while a magnificent stag or a golden eagle swing past.
It’s fair to say that Maureen and Harry Jarvis lead incredibly busy lives, from raising their two children to holding down high-flying careers.
A special holiday home in Newtonmore picked up two golds in a national travel awards scheme and has been named the most unique property in the UK.
Deceptively spacious and with an immaculate interior, Number 17 Clubb Crescent can be found in the charming village of New Deer and would suit a range of buyers.