A couple attempting to convert a derelict cottage into their dream home have praised their community's spirit after they were targeted by thieves.
We’re used to big stores offering buy one, get one free deals, but it’s not often you find a similar-style deal available on a property.
A man rented a remote Sutherland cottage to grow cannabis plants which were capable of yielding almost £70,000 worth of the drug.
Police in Nairn are appealing for information following the theft of a substantial quantity of lead from a cottage roof.
Police have named a woman who died as a result of a fire at a property in the Peterculter area yesterday.
When it comes to rural retreats, The Cottage with its simple yet charming name proves you don’t need to sacrifice style for the good life.
From the moment you walk up the garden path of Glen Affric in Pitmedden, you’re enveloped in its reassuring sense of charm.
Many of us dream of living in a property where, when we pull back the curtains each morning, there’s a lovely view to be enjoyed.
It’s hard to believe Sycamore Cottage once lay derelict and in desperate need of some TLC, before it was transformed into a gorgeous country escape in Fyvie.
This cottage looks dainty on the outside, with white borders around the windows and door and in a quiet idyllic corner of other cottages.
While many of us dream about owning a charming cottage in the country, the reality is often somewhat different. All too often, while the cottages are in lovely locations, the buildings require a lot of work and money to bring them up to date.
There are many reasons to fall in love with a house. It might be an overall feeling that you get as you walk around it, it might be its location or it might be something small like original features.
Here’s your chance to live in a perfect location in a perfect home.
Many people dream of owning a Highland cottage where they can escape the daily grind of the rat race, kick back and just soak up the views. In which case, Tigh na Clach could be just the home they’re looking for.
Get in quick if you want to own this quaint cottage in Ballater, writes Cheryl Livingstone.