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When it comes to building a home there’s often an essential checklist filled with important dates such as when the foundations are to go in or when the plumber is due on site.
With a miniature railway, zip wire, maze and Gypsy caravan, the stunning gardens of this Culbokie home are the stuff of legend
In recent times, houses in the Highlands have been selling quickly.
You’d be forgiven for thinking Joy Eyre is an interior designer, with her three-bedroom home in Bridge of Don offering the perfect example of her work.
Ellie House takes a tour of a period property in need of a special owner who can make some new memories.
The aptly named Sabhal Mor offers the ultimate countryside retreat, surrounded by open fields with views towards the hills.
It is a gorgeous sunny day at Borrowfield steading, and the owner can be found making the most of the warm weather in the garden.
Holme Rose, the former home of war hero Lord Gordon Campbell of Croy, has been put on the market with a sale tag of more than £2million.
As summer temperatures rise, housebuilders Barratt Homes have unveiled a scorching series of offers in and around Inverness.
Rising summer temperatures and scorching sun have Barratt Homes unveiling a series of burning offers on properties in and around Aberdeen.
Welcome to 5a Marine Terrace in Aberdeen.
Number Seven Jackson Street is a semi-detached property full of character, and would be ideal for those looking to move to Aberdeenshire.
Long before people jetted off to the costas in search of the sun, the seaside town of Nairn was the place to go for your holidays.
A spacious, fully renovated family home, the Old Smiddy is a property with huge historical significance
It’s not every day that you’ll discover an old forge in your living room, or be able to use blacksmith tools as ornaments.
5a Bank Street is a two bedroom first floor flat in move-in condition in the Ferryhill area of Aberdeen.
3 Muirland Cottages is a self contained ground floor one bedroom flat in the popular town of Inverurie.
Moonrakers’ views to a thrill: A house in an idyllic location with views of an iconic Highland castle
Urquhart Castle, which sits proudly on the shores of Loch Ness, is one of Scotland’s most iconic buildings.
Mondays come round all too quickly and the screech of the alarm clock signifies the start of another working week.
Aberdeen residents have been invited to show-off their gardening skills in the city council’s annual garden competition.
If you are the type of property owner that likes to entertain at home and host the occasional ceilidh, then I’ve found the right house for you.
Brechin Castle has featured on many a page of Scotland’s history books.
150 Auchmill Road is a spacious and well maintained two bedroom self-contained ground floor flat in Bucksburn, Aberdeen.
With gorgeous views over The Feugh valley and a recently modernised interior, Strathcoille is the ideal family home.
We are delighted to present for sale this five bedroomed detached dwellinghouse located within a quiet residential street in the popular area of Dyce. The property offers very spacious accommodation with excellent storage spanning two floors and benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
It is difficult to believe that this fabulous family home was once in dire need of some serious TLC.
There is no better time of year to take on some home improvement projects than in summer.
Moving house can be stressful to say the least, from unpacking boxes to deciding on soft furnishings.
Patience is something Sue and Rod Daniel, from Stromness in Orkney, have by the bucketload.
Sylvia McHardy can vividly recall the many parties held at No 33 Carden Place in Aberdeen.
Morven Cottage is chocolate-box perfect and can be found in a gorgeous rural location near Banchory.
It’s often said Queen Victoria, along with Sir Walter Scott, was responsible for starting the Scottish tourism boom.
7 Macaulay Place is a five bedroom executive detached home located in an intimate cul-de-sac of eight properties in Aberdeen.
These days we’re used to hearing stories about some Scottish properties becoming “internet sensations”, but in 2017, it was still pretty unusual.