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.
William and Margaret Ashcroft dreamed of moving out to the countryside and making the most of the great outdoors when they decided to retire.
If you’re on the hunt for a family home with a gorgeous village location, No 16 Greystone Road might just be what you’re looking for.
I spent much of last weekend driving along roads that have been re-branded and now form part of the iconic North Coast 500 route.
Grace Cottage in the hamlet of Diabaig in Torridon, should really be known as, The Cottage of Kindness.
A period exterior and a magazine worthy interior design awaits at No8 Bridge of Cowie in Stonehaven.
Few people have ventured down the private driveway which leads to Brackenhill, and it has served as a secluded family home in Bieldside for more than 100 years.
A man is in hospital with severe facial injuries after being attacked in a house.
He may be an international interior designer but Garry George still thinks of himself as “A Lossie loon”.
An idyllic location and spacious family living awaits at this six bedroom home in Rothienorman.
The cottage that belongs to Simon Greenway’s family has an unusual claim to fame for it directly overlooks a listed building and scheduled monument, which dates from 1854 and is still used today.
Tentative signs of spring are making an appearance at No 10, The Chanonry with blossom overhanging the winding path.
There is something wonderfully charming about The Salmon House, a quaint three- bedroom cottage with views across Gardenstown Harbour in Banff.
Fancy owning a piece of railway history? This former Deeside station house could be yours for offers over £450,000
It would have been a common sight for Queen Victoria as she took the train along the Old Deeside Railway line up to her highland home in Balmoral.
To say the Wiseman family are close is a bit of an understatement.
If you’re on the hunt for a spacious family home with gorgeous views of the countryside, you can call off the search thanks to this lovely property in Hatton.
Life at Earlswells House seems to spin on its own axis, dictated only by the passing seasons as the beautiful gardens emerge into spring and the pink granite shrugs off the cold gleam of winter.
Allan Nisbet can still remember the first time he and his late wife turned the lock in the door at Eastfield: June 18 1986.
When Ginny Stacy-Marks first viewed a plot of land in Highland Perthshire, she felt it was the perfect spot to create a holiday home.
When the Knudsen family first set eyes on Nether Boghead, they saw a gorgeous period property which was in desperate need of some tender loving care.
Why rent when you can invest?
Set in the heart of 80 acres of deep woodland and with panoramic sea views, this is truly the perfect setting. A peaceful atmosphere combined with beautiful scenery – Seaton Estate residential and holiday village offers you and your family an outstanding destination that you will want to return to time and time again.
Slains House is an Aladdin’s cave of treasure, its many rooms filled with quirky odds and ends from around the world, but mainly Indonesia.
When Deirdre and Stephen Little first set eyes on 78 Hamilton Place, it took a hefty dose of imagination to see the potential on offer.
When cold winter winds are howling, it’s a thought to step outside and walk the dog.
Fans of Downton Abbey don’t have much longer to wait before the movie version of their favourite TV show hits the big screen this year.
Number 56 St Swithin Street is a home which needs to be filled with people, with children racing down the stairs of this beautiful period property.
A historic watering hole in Glencoe is to bring a major jobs boost to the north as it prepares to open its doors following a £12million revamp.
Douneside House, a country house in the Royal Deeside, will undergo a significant refurbishment next year.
The Cowies were on the hunt for a new-build when they stumbled across Invercowie House, a B listed period townhouse steeped in history and complete with gorgeous original features.
Christmas is one of the best times to market your property, according to a Scottish independent property consultancy.
House renovations are not for the fainthearted, from the mess and time involved not to mention the sheer inconvenience.