Christine Sutherland has the type of house that many families would love to own, particularly those with teenagers who like having their pals over.
To step over the threshold of this period manse is to be enveloped in the past, complete with endless charm and plenty of quirks.
Bosses at commercial property consultancy FG Burnett have toasted a successful year, with the firm at the heart of a third of all office deals in Aberdeen during 2019.
This weekend, at developments across Aberdeen, Barratt Homes will be hosting a series of events tailored especially for house hunters looking to take their first or next step on to the property ladder.
Between the towns of Beauly and Muir of Ord sits a house which enjoys uninterrupted views across the countryside towards the Kessock Bridge and beyond.
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.
A historic but derelict property overlooking Elgin High Street will be transformed into luxury flats in the new year after being bought by a local business.
A street in St Andrews has been named the most expensive in Scotland for the third year running.
The public hall has its Christmas tree up and bundles of greenery are waiting to be transformed into beautiful festive decorations at a festive wreath-making class.
With stunning landscaped grounds and period character, Lurg Lodge is a hidden gem in Aberdeenshire.
The Northumberland market town of Hexham has been crowned the happiest place to live in Britain.
If you like to make an impression in life, you can’t go far wrong with Number Eight, Oakhill Grange.
The opening of the Kessock Bridge in 1982 became a bit of a game changer for more than one reason.
British households saw the weakest growth in their net worth for a decade last year amid a slowdown in the housing market, according to official figures.
If you’re looking to sell your house, you’ll be keen to get as much money as possible for it, right?
Simple in name, The Cottage manages to capture that nostalgic feeling of home in just two short words.
House sales are increasing in many parts of the north-east but a property glut has hit prices.
It has been 10 years since Julie and Graeme Hoyle set eyes on this Georgian mansion, which dates back to 1790.
Loosely translated from Gaelic, Mullach Na Craobhan means “top of the trees” – an appropriate name as this lovely family home sits in an elevated position and enjoys treetop-height views across Loch Linnhe.
If you want to sell your home before Christmas, there’s still time, so long as you act quickly and put it on the market as soon as possible.
You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, or so the saying goes.
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.
A one-bedroom flat doesn’t have to mean small, as proven by this gorgeous pad in the Ferryhill area of Aberdeen.
Secluded and filled with original features, there’s something mesmerising about Carronbank House.
Home is a sense of belonging, of family occasions where you return year upon year to your old bedroom – where the old posters stubbornly cling to the wall.
A new investment vehicle that provides funds to support UK property deals has been launched by an Aberdeen-based private equity firm.
The leafy green of the Virginia creeper has turned to burnished red, and the climbing plant will soon shed its fiery foliage as winter sets in.
After decades of delight at living in the Highland home they created, it’s time to say goodbye to ‘Tramps’
Whoever buys “Tramps” – a superb detached six- bedroom bungalow in the heart of Drumnadrochit – won’t just be getting a fabulous property with views to Loch Ness.
The soft pink granite sparkles in the gloom, and appears even more beautiful with age.
A piece of land is a piece of land, isn’t it? Well, not unless it’s land that has a place in Scotland’s history books – then it’s considered a very special piece of land.
Tucked away in a secluded hollow, you’d be forgiven for missing Lochside Lodge altogether.