With a spotless interior and a lovely location, this spacious bungalow could well be your new home in time for autumn.
Scottish property prices are growing at their fastest rate in three years – but continue to fall in Aberdeen despite the improving local economy.
Property prices in the north have risen for the fifth quarter in a row, largely due to the popularity of Airbnb, with the average price of a Highland home now standing at a staggering £177,634.
From the moment you walk up the garden path to Auchiries Farm-house in Cruden Bay, you will be captivated by this charming country pad.
If you’re after a home which is ready to move into then look no further than 15 Queen Johanna Drive.
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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.
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Millions of pounds in cash and assets are lying unclaimed, with solicitors unable to trace the living relatives of deceased estate owners.
Scottish house prices are experiencing growth not seen since the 2007 financial crash, suggesting the nationwide effect of the oil and gas downturn could be easing off.
So you’ve left it to the last minute but still have a few days to go, and there’s no choice but to go on a spending spree to make sure everyone gets what they asked for.
If you have always wanted a home with an alfresco dining spot alongside versatile interior space, 33 Colthill Crescent may be for you.
Anyone in the UK aged 55 or over and with a defined contribution pension scheme has, since 2015, been able to access their entire retirement savings and, in short, do what they want with it.
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.
With Duthie Park on your doorstep and a building which sparkles in Aberdonian granite, what’s not to love about 117 Dee Village?
With an immaculate and modern interior not to mention a great location, it may be time to call off the search for that perfect family home.
We all like to think our home is that bit special, be it clever design or a stylish interior which brings a house to life.
Number 105 Waterton Road may be a blank canvas, but it doesn’t take much imagination to realise that this detached property could make the perfect family home.
A fabulous location and wonderful period features, welcome to your new family home.
Housing sales have increased in the north-east, but the region is “not out of the woods yet” from the oil downturn according to industry experts.
Modern and versatile, Auch’Ry House is a gorgeous family home and comes complete with the backdrop of village life.
Space, versatility and style – the check list for your dream family home.
Set in rolling countryside, this quirky steading is perfect for family life and could even save you some pennies.
Modern and versatile, 4 St. Machar Place is the perfect family home, boasting an enviable location and superior standard of living.
Extensive and adaptable living space is on offer at Number One Turin Way; all you need to do is move in.
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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.
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.
Private housing landlords are facing a huge increase in tax in the biggest shake-up of Scotland's letting industry in 30 years, an Aberdeen-based expert warned yesterday.