It is a gorgeous sunny day at Borrowfield steading, and the owner can be found making the most of the warm weather in the garden.
Holme Rose, the former home of war hero Lord Gordon Campbell of Croy, has been put on the market with a sale tag of more than £2million.
Welcome to 5a Marine Terrace in Aberdeen.
Number Seven Jackson Street is a semi-detached property full of character, and would be ideal for those looking to move to Aberdeenshire.
Long before people jetted off to the costas in search of the sun, the seaside town of Nairn was the place to go for your holidays.
Mondays come round all too quickly and the screech of the alarm clock signifies the start of another working week.
If you are the type of property owner that likes to entertain at home and host the occasional ceilidh, then I’ve found the right house for you.
There is no better time of year to take on some home improvement projects than in summer.
Sylvia McHardy can vividly recall the many parties held at No 33 Carden Place in Aberdeen.
Morven Cottage is chocolate-box perfect and can be found in a gorgeous rural location near Banchory.
It’s often said Queen Victoria, along with Sir Walter Scott, was responsible for starting the Scottish tourism boom.
Identical front doors, neat garden paths and a uniformed interior.
Fantastic views and spacious accommodation is ready and waiting at this stylish family home near Peterhead.
There is something rather lovely about Glendavan House, with its beguiling sense of character and gorgeous views across Loch Davan.
It is hard to believe that Cauldcots Cottage once stood as two derelict farm buildings, one of which had not been inhabited since the fifties.
With its rural location and spacious accommodation, The Bothy is sure to appeal to a wide range of property hunters.
Flat-hunting in the centre of any city can be tricky.
Earlier this year we reported that the Moray property market was performing well above expectation.
There comes a point in my tour of 1 Melville Gardens when, if my guide was to disappear, I’m not sure I could find my way out.
We naturally want to protect the things that we value within our homes – but what about the outside?
From discovering Neolithic artefacts to exploring castle ruins and an old railway line, Helen Kelly certainly chose the right spot when it came to building Milton of Atherb.
It’s fair to say that Number Four, Meadowlands Crescent, isn’t your average family home, and impressive renovations have produced gorgeous interior design both inside and out.
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.
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.