Firefighters spent several hours battling to extinguish an Aberdeen blaze on Wednesday evening.
Crews were called to Westburn Road in the city at around 7.20pm to reports of a kitchen fire.
But on arrival they found a “well-developed” blaze which had spread through the property.
Three fire engines were sent to the address in the west of the city.
A spokesman confirmed there were no reports of anyone being hurt.
He added: “The last crew left the scene at around 10.45pm.
“It started in a ground floor kitchen.
“Three pumps were sent, two from North Anderson Drive and another from Central station.”