Simple in name, The Cottage manages to capture that nostalgic feeling of home in just two short words.
It’s been a much-loved institution in the centre of Inverness for more than six decades.
The leafy green of the Virginia creeper has turned to burnished red, and the climbing plant will soon shed its fiery foliage as winter sets in.
An Aberdeen pub renowned for being a last bastion of male chauvinism until equality laws forced it to change its ways has gone on the market, with the seller seeking offers in excess of £500,000.
Rising house prices in the rest of the UK have left Aberdeen at the bottom of a league table compiled by a leading property website.
A remote pub on the tiny island of Easdale in the Inner Hebrides - famed for its breath-taking views - has gone on the market.
When it comes to charming city centre pads, Number 47 Cairnfield Place proves you don’t have to sacrifice style for location.
Ever dreamt of living in an Enid Blyton story? This seven-bedroom country house in Cothal can help make the fantasy a reality
If Enid Blyton had ever found herself stuck for inspiration, a visit to Fintray Lodge wouldn’t have been a bad idea.
One of Aberdeen’s longest-established sports centres is being sold to developers.
Getting on the property ladder isn’t always easy, but if you’re after space for your money then 17 Stewart Way could be the answer.
It’s being billed as the sale of the century – a chance to own a former Highland hotel in a well-known beauty spot for less than the amount you’d pay for less than the average UK house price.
A horse-drawn hearse owned by an Aberdeenshire man has been put up for sale.
A rare opportunity to snap up a piece of Scottish history is up for grabs with the sale of one of the oldest buildings in Scotland.
Explore one of the most impressive homes on the market in Aberdeen right now Look at the photograph of the exterior of this home and try and tell me you are not impressed. This stunning structure is a great example of the architectural beauty you can find in the Granite City.
Healthy lifestyle comes free with this Banchory home There’s one very good reason why this substantial detached house at Blackhall by Banchory will have extra appeal to buyers who are male, and middle-aged.
Steeped in history and surrounded by breathtaking gardens, you’d expect to pay a King’s ransom for Achara Estate in Argyll, but the asking price means it’s not entirely out of reach There’s a quarter of a million reasons why Achara Estate is of great interest – every one of them worth the equivalent of a £1 coin. That’s because the beautiful estate, not far from Fort William, has had £250,000 knocked off the original asking price of offers over £1,250,000.
The best things come in small packages – that’s what came to mind while looking through the schedule for Garden Cottage in Lower Cowgate, Oldmeldrum.
The perfect package awaits a family looking for a new home at Skene When I look through property schedules, I always find myself being drawn to one particular room. It might be a lounge with an exposed stone wall, a stunning contemporary kitchen or a huge master bedroom.
When there’s snow on the Paps of Jura it usually means having to wrap up warmly, but for the owners of Springfield, a charming seaside cottage at Muasdale on the Kintyre Peninsula, between Tarbert and Campbeltown, seeing snow on the three iconic hills means there’s a visual treat in store.
As a town, Nairn has many fine streets filled with period homes built in the days when houses were big and bold and always surrounded by gardens which were lovingly tended. Waverley Road is a good example of this type of street and number six, Dunchattan, presently for sale with a guide price of £385,000, an excellent example of a handsome period home.
Better act quick to land yourself a home in one of Aberdeen’s most prestigious streets Towards the end of last year, it was reported that boomtown Aberdeen was home to more million-pound houses than ever before.
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.
Everybody likes to get their hands on a good deal in January, including house hunters, who can make a massive half-a-million-pound saving on one special Highland property History books often tell of the days when thousands of Scots left these shores to start a new life in Canada, where settlers had to cut down trees and work hard to clear the land before building a log home for themselves. Laurna and David Brown tell a similar story, but their tale is very much set in 21st-century Scotland.
House hunters looking for a blank canvas to carve their dream home in one of Scotland’s most tranquil settings are in luck as two next-door cottages have come onto the market.
Fate is what a lot of people believe led them to their dream home. Others say it is down to a lot of research and searching.
With the average cost of moving somewhere in the realm of £8,000, getting a new home isn’t something you want to be doing very often.
Ground-breaking eco home for sale in Kincraig Nearly six years have passed since we wrote about the hamlet of Kincraig being at the forefront of what was then a new style of home building. That’s where pioneering German house manufacturer WeberHaus built its first showhome in the UK.
Catriona Mackay tells us why it is a big wrench to leave her historical home near Huntly It started with a simple phone call. Catriona Mackay told me she was selling her cottage by auction and she had discovered lots of history about it. I was hooked already.
This could be the perfect base in which to kick off 2015 The festive period is probably one of the busiest times of the year, so many of us will be slightly glad that it is all over.
Modern style and a rural charm come together in Muilean The seaside village of Kilmuir in North Kessock has always been a peaceful place to put down roots, but since the opening of the Kessock Bridge it’s also become an ideal spot for those looking for a rural home within easy commuting distance of Inverness.
Looking for a new home in time for Christmas? We might have just found the perfect one... Nothing says Christmas more than stockings hanging from a mantlepiece while a roaring fire warms the room.
This stunning home – plus all its interiors – could be yours Cool. That’s the word I found myself constantly saying as I walked around Toftwood, a six-bedroom pink granite home in Milltimber.