From the stunning stained glass windows to beautiful views across Aberdeen, this penthouse apartment is rather special.
If you’re in search of a family home that has the wow factor, look no further than Number One, North Ythsie.
We’ve all spent more time working from home this past year, but for Alf Dunbar, the phrase has an altogether different meaning.
We’ve all been spending more time at home, which wouldn’t be such a hardship at Number 51, Fountainhall Road.
Welcome to Number Six, Fetteresso Castle, where you can be king or queen of the castle – without a hefty price tag.
From gorgeous original features to beautiful views, Crynoch is certainly a rare gem where you can sense the comforting presence of the past.
Born and raised in a fishing family in Peterhead, Sandy Thain was perhaps expected to follow in the footsteps of previous generations – destined for a life at sea.
A spacious family home in the Granite City, complete with a beautiful walled garden, is sure to hurt your wallet... right?
When Stewart Reid took on his first big project, he knew more than most when it came to renovation.
From the stunning gardens to the original features, it’s not difficult to fall in love with Mill of Towie.
Cross the threshold at 104 Desswood Place and you’ll get an immediate feel for this Aberdonian townhouse.
Stylish and versatile, this five-bedroom family home could be just the ticket for 2021.
Offers over £395,000: Bright colours and bold feature walls help this property stand out from the crowd
It’s no secret that the appeal of a new-build is often the fact that no renovation is needed, with the project nicely finished by someone else.
The school bell may have long stopped ringing at Knaven House, but this gorgeous family home still oozes history and charm.
Although Number Six Bedford Place may look like your typical property for the Granite City, surprises are in store when you cross the threshold.
It can be difficult to know how the property market will behave at present, from houses selling in mere days to the pace slowing down.
From the manicured lawns to the gorgeous views of open countryside, Glenview House is rather good at first impressions.
Many property hunters have re-evaluated their checklist in recent months, from wanting a rural location to yearning for more space.
When The Byre fell victim to a fire, owners Matt and Kirsty Smith could have opted to cut their losses and find somewhere new to live.
Times have been tough for everyone in recent months, and we’ve been forced to come up with different means of keeping ourselves occupied.
The showhomes of the past could easily be seen as gaudy and overdone, but The Roxburgh is leading the way in current trends.
When the Coplands moved into 8 Balfluig View in Alford, it marked the start of a fresh chapter for the family who swapped an old farmhouse for the stunning five-bedroom new build.
The Middler family have managed to fit a lot in since moving home from Australia, including getting married and revamping their stunning family home.
From renovating their dream home to opening a business, Aimee and Jonny Clarke like to be kept busy.
From getting married to having children, the Wood family have made some very special memories at 30 Coral Gardens in Peterhead.
Life is chaotic for Laura and Phil Stephen, but their busy family has had plenty of room to grow thanks to their five bedroom bungalow in Newburgh near Ellon.
When Leonie and Rod Kirk moved into Mill-Lade Cottages having a family was the furthest thing from their mind.
Moving house is always a stressful experience, from saying goodbye to neighbours to leaving behind a home which has seen memories be made.
Leanne Kitchener was in labour when her husband Steve decided to buy 7 Hallforest Crescent in Kintore.