The opening of the Kessock Bridge in 1982 became a bit of a game changer for more than one reason.
Simple in name, The Cottage manages to capture that nostalgic feeling of home in just two short words.
As the back garden is full of cherry trees that are covered in beautiful white blossom in spring and turn a glorious shade of red in the autumn, it’s fitting that this home in Old Speybridge, on the outskirts of Grantown, is called The Geans – a variety of wild or sweet cherry.
Hayley MacLeod can’t stand clutter.
With its maze of sprawling rooms plus a gym with its very own sauna, it’s fair to say that Merton is not your average family home.
You’ll never be stuck for something to do in the Granite City, but the appeal of the countryside can also hold sway.
Number Seven Jackson Street is a semi-detached property full of character, and would be ideal for those looking to move to Aberdeenshire.
It’s often said Queen Victoria, along with Sir Walter Scott, was responsible for starting the Scottish tourism boom.
While many of us are working on our Christmas lists, some will be thinking about a new home for the new year.
It’s not very often that a property comes up for sale in the heart of the Isle of Iona, and even rarer to find one just waiting for a new owner to put their own stamp on it.
You’d be forgiven for assuming The Auld Kirk is still living up to its name, for the 19th-century building appears to be a charming church from the outside.
House hunters seeking a private rural retreat may find their dream property at the end of a quiet, tree lined sweeping driveway in Halkirk, Caithness.
Stunning design, idyllic views, and no expense spared - welcome to New House, Pittenkerrie.
Painting a period hallway in a particularly bright shade of yellow requires some serious faith in one’s vision, not to mention dedication and patience.
It was bought by BP more than four decades ago and originally used as a private home for senior management.
Alison and Steve Willis have taken a stance...
We all want a quiet and safe place to live, but with the convenience of being in a city.
Set in rolling countryside, this quirky steading is perfect for family life and could even save you some pennies.
Times are changing for the Lawrie family who are preparing to leave behind their beautiful four-bedroom home on Kildrummy Road.
In the same year that Crazy Horse, a native American Indian, and his comrades fought their last battle with the United States Cavalry at Wolf Mountain in Montana, Queen Victoria was being proclaimed Empress of India.
Extensive and adaptable living space is on offer at Number One Turin Way; all you need to do is move in.
When Fred Carruthers fell dangerously ill with septicaemia, he vowed to make some major life changes and start enjoying his retirement once recovered.
For your own charming piece of paradise, escape to Cuilag.
It is something of a buyer’s market in Aberdeen and its suburbs, and while that’s a real change for a city that is used to seeing the value of property constantly creep up, what hasn’t changed is a strong desire to own a home in a des-res area.
The Craigearn is the five-bedroom home of your dreams.
When the Bells had to relocate from Portugal, the stunning 1830s farmhouse in Maryculter caught their eye.
Number 50 Pennan Road in Ellon is agorgeous four-bedroom detached house which has been beautifully maintained and designed to a high standard – which is obvious from the moment you walk through the front door.
It has been more than a decade since Dennis and Arlene Perkins moved to Torgormack in Beauly near Inverness – and their relocation to Scotland was the start of a rather special adventure together.
When William Gallacher was a little boy, his family left Scotland and started a new life down south – but he always vowed he’d return.
If Aberdeen is your destined location for a new home, you are in luck.
On her own admission, Tina Roberts loved nothing more than a busy working life in the city, and indulging in some retail therapy.
In the classic children’s book The Chronicles of Narnia, by CS Lewis, children travelled through a wardrobe and entered into the magical world of Narnia.