With views like this, the first thing you’d want to do in the morning is leap out of bed and pull back the curtains.
It has been 23 years since the Ernie family relocated from Norfolk to Aberdeenshire, with no idea as to what lay in store.
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.
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.
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.
It’s often said Queen Victoria, along with Sir Walter Scott, was responsible for starting the Scottish tourism boom.
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.
He may be an international interior designer but Garry George still thinks of himself as “A Lossie loon”.
If you don’t believe in magic you’ll never find it, or so the saying goes, but the world of make-believe comes easy at The Firs in Torphins.
An idyllic location and spacious family living awaits at this six bedroom home in Rothienorman.
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.
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.
With so much variety and choice available to buyers, the process of purchasing a home can often be full of big decisions. From choosing between house types and priority amenities, to locations and budgets, buyers really do have a lot to think about. But, there is one decision that should be a no-brainer, and that is choosing to buy new with Barratt Homes.
If the recent hot spell got you in the mood for that holiday feeling all year round, look no further than Westhill, the idyllic development set atop the tranquil Aberdeenshire town.
Luxury housebuilder Kirkwood Homes launched the marketing suite at its Countesswells development last weekend.
Everyone wants something different from life in a new home. For some access to local green space is an important factor, while for others quality local schools is the top priority.
While many of us are working on our Christmas lists, some will be thinking about a new home for the new year.
When walking along a beach, it’s not unusual for people to pick up a pretty shell.
If you have a budget of £300,000 but you want something that will give you more for your money, then this property should be at the top of your viewing list this weekend.
Number 105 Waterton Road may be a blank canvas, but it doesn’t take much imagination to realise that this detached property could make the perfect family home.
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.
If you are looking for a property that offers the best of both worlds, Highfield in the hamlet of Gorthleck, might just be what you are looking for.
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.
You could become one step closer to owning your very own island hideaway as Little Ross Island, off the coast of south west Scotland, has been put up for sale.
Alison and Steve Willis have taken a stance...