Around two years ago I wrote about looking forward to the opening of Tulloch Homes’ new Culzean showhome at the Greenfields Development in Slackbuie, Inverness.
Aberdeen's council administration has pledged to push forward with its plans to build 2,000 homes.
The number of first-time buyers in Scotland has grown by more than 50% in a decade, according to research.
With big changes afoot for the company next month Stewart Milne, its executive chairman, said he felt the group was “moving into a new phase”, and aims to double the number of homes it produces each year.
The Scottish property market finished 2018 with a flourish to achieve a whole-year total of more than £18 billion in sales, new figures show.
Look out dated pine furniture – June Macdonald is coming to get you.
Consultants put on display yesterday plans that will potentially see 150-homes developed in the south of Inverness
Fiona Keith, from Andersons of Inverurie, shares her tips for getting the showhome look at home.
If anyone knows how to move house it’s Greg and Johan Byrne.
Take a look inside the castle that once boasted its own private road for carriages and played a key role in the Jacobite era
Few people can say they unwind in a grand ballroom or breakfast overlooking the Carron Water.
Viewers have been beating a path to see inside Tulloch’s new Tarvie showhome at the firm’s Fairview development in the Slackbuie area of Inverness.
Standing for more than 100 years, the owners of Burnside House in Turriff told Ellie House why its magic will never fade.
Marlee Loch is an all-year-round over 50s Residential Park situated on the banks of Marlee Loch which also offers a stream and wooded area, providing an idyllic setting for your new home.
Completed to the highest of standards by its current owners, relocating to the sought after Grandholm Village development could not be any easier.
If you're currently looking for a career change, and love meeting new people and entertaining, a B&B business may be just what you need.
Proposals for a new 500-home development with a new primary school, health centre and more were revealed to an Aberdeenshire community yesterday evening.
Here’s your last chance to drop anchor in Cove in an apartment named after Aberdeen legend Doug Rougvie
You’ll need to be quick off the mark if you want to move into Allan Park in Cove, as Barratt Homes has just one home still for sale there.
When Sarah Rochester received a message from her old school friend, Peter Lawson, she never imagined she would relocate from London to Aberdeen and embark on a new life.
When the temperature dropped to minus 17, Martin Neish sprung into action.
Having grown in popularity considerably over the years, the benefits of bungalow-living are endless.
If you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, all you need is a good dose of vitamin sea.
Housebuilder Persimmon has hiked full-year profit expectations thanks to increased production of homes and a robust housing market in the UK.
Flexible and open-plan living is now commonplace in our homes, providing the perfect setting for socialising and spending time with loved ones.
Plans to invest more than £150million to continue the development of affordable housing across Aberdeenshire during the next five years have been agreed by the council.
In what seems like a very short time, Tornagrain has gone from being an idea on a developer’s plan to a very real and pretty new village
A little over two years ago, history was made when the first showhome at the new town of Tornagrain, on the eastern outskirts of Inverness, opened its doors to welcome in prospective buyers.
Phil Spencer shares with us the key questions he thinks all buyers should ask when house hunting.
Behind the door of Number 16 Chanonry is a historic mansion which has been filled with love. Its owner told Ellie House why it will always welcome her home.
Parting is such sweet sorrow, especially when David and Mary Cameron are having to say goodbye to their much-loved 12-bedroom Edwardian home, writes Susan Welsh.
Cosy and elegant, Fern Lodge is a home with heart in Royal Deeside. Philippa Gerrard spoke to the owner to find out more.
With sky-high deposits for home-buyers now the norm, coupled with stagnant wages, getting on the first rung of the property ladder isn’t easy
Owning a home is more important to young adults than establishing a successful career or even finding the right partner, says recent research.
This month saw the 125th anniversary of the establishment of the Camanachd Association.
If you’ll accept nothing less than the best from your next rental property, then this modern flat could be for you.