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.
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.
After all the hardship and misery of the First World War, it’s not surprising that the world fell in love with the style known as Art Deco.
In recent times, houses in the Highlands have been selling quickly.
You’d be forgiven for thinking Joy Eyre is an interior designer, with her three-bedroom home in Bridge of Don offering the perfect example of her work.
It’s not every day that you’ll discover an old forge in your living room, or be able to use blacksmith tools as ornaments.
Urquhart Castle, which sits proudly on the shores of Loch Ness, is one of Scotland’s most iconic buildings.
Moving house can be stressful to say the least, from unpacking boxes to deciding on soft furnishings.
Few people have ventured down the private driveway which leads to Brackenhill, and it has served as a secluded family home in Bieldside for more than 100 years.
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.
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.
Few people can say they unwind in a grand ballroom or breakfast overlooking the Carron Water.
When the temperature dropped to minus 17, Martin Neish sprung into action.
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.
An immaculate interior and a lovely location, this spacious property could well be your new home before the end of the summer.
If you work as an architectural technologist, designing your own home makes sense.
66 Beechgrove Avenue is a New York-style
loft in the heart of Aberdeen. Its owner told Philippa Gerrard why open-plan living is the way forward.
If walls could talk, then those inside Burnside Lodge in Glen Prosen, by Kirriemuir, would have a fascinating story to tell.
You will need a large piece of paper to list all the great aspects of Tillycroy. The large home in Craigievar, Alford, has a huge amount of potential and breathtaking country views.
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When it comes to taking a seat to enjoy the garden, at Tormhor which sits at number 11 High Street, Forres, visitors are spoiled for choice.
An impressive private drive sets the scene upon approaching Sunnyside Lodge.
History fans will be familiar with the name Kilmartin Glen, as this area of Argyll was once referred to as the ancient capital of Scotland.
Ever thought about buying a summer house for your garden?
From the outside, Seahaven, a substantial detached large family home in Nairn looks very much the traditional home, but step through the front doors and what’s inside just may surprise you.
Modern and with lots of room for a growing family, get ready to start the summer in this fabulous new home.
Bright, spacious, and in a great location – welcome to your new pad in Aberdeen city centre.
Laura MacCallum, from Bell Ingram, summed up the house called Creach perfectly when she said: “Creach enjoys the sort of landscape that really puts on a show with each season.
If you’re looking for a property with sloping beams, ornate cornicing and traditional fireplaces then a modern new-build home is unlikely to be for you.
If you’re in the market for a family home that’s ready to move into, 3 Village Farm Court could be for you.