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.
Having been beautifully restored, an elegant former manse in Moray is now looking for new owners, writes Susan Welsh.
Have you ever cooked salmon in your dishwasher? Check out these weird and wonderful ‘life hacks’ for homeowners
If you’ve ever converted your garage to a bedroom or used your coffee maker to boil an egg, you’re not alone, writes Susan Welsh.
The Churches have spent 30 years at Glenseaton Lodge. They tell Philippa Gerrard why this house is truly a one-off.
After years of working in financial transactions in London, Bridget Gavin needed a change of pace.
Susan Welsh visits a substantial family home ideally placed to take advantage of Portsoy’s many amenities and events.
When it comes to making a good impression, this property has it covered.
Older first-time buyers are moving out of the city centre and into more rural developments, writes Susan Welsh.
A sleek and luxurious penthouse, overlooking the shimmering waters and picturesque shorefront of Loch Fyne, has come up for sale.
The once bustling Gartly Station might not have seen any passengers since 1968, but that doesn’t mean that this lovely old railway platform is any less charming, writes Philippa Gerrard.
With a stunning interior and a central location, this spacious flat could be yours this autumn.
This immaculate four-bedroom home is ideal for family life and even comes with an enviable location.
If living a life of luxury is what you’re after, you should check out this sleek pad just outside Aberdeen.
Step inside this beautifully situated eco home in an outstanding location close to the coastline and with magnificent views over the Western Isles and Torridons, writes Susan Welsh.
For nearly a century, ministers from Rubislaw Parish Church in Aberdeen’s west end were blessed with a manse in one of Scotland’s most prestigious postcodes.
Controversial plans to build more than 100 houses near Nairn have been narrowly approved - despite the best efforts of protesters.
When Aberdonians have been looking for somewhere for a day out, Lunan Bay, with its lovely dunes and soft, sandy beaches, has always proved a popular choice.
It’s time to head back to school in Fyvie with this impressive detached property.
Not only are the owners of one superb B-listed Highland home preparing to say farewell to their much-loved house, they’re saying a reluctant goodbye to the fantastic residents of Plockton, writes Susan Welsh.
Skyhouse is an architectural marvel located in the heart of the Aberdeenshire countryside. Philippa Gerrard spoke to the owner to find out more about this most unusual property.
Plans for a series of housing developments across three remote Highland villages would mean almost 100 homes built in Culbokie, Avoch and Strathpeffer.
The arrival of the new millennium was an exciting time for the Arnott family.
Property developer Springfield Properties has submitted plans for two new developments in the Ardersier area, which could see a staggering 133 new homes brought to the coastal village.
Donald Trump’s north-east golf course is poised to undergo a £150 million expansion with housing and hotel accommodation being built alongside the green.