Situated in a sought-after West End area, this spacious Aberdeen home would be ideal for families who like to entertain.
When Samantha and Andrew Gray first set eyes on this stylish pad, they were immediately taken with its immaculate condition.
Craig Willox, 49, opened Books and Beans on Belmont Street in 2003 and it has become a firm city-centre favourite.
"After 16 years of coffee and books, it's time for me personally to take a step back and move on to new adventures."
It has been 13 years since the Buchan family set eyes on the beautiful Copper Beeches, having come to view it when snow covered the ground on a cold January day.
Owner Bryan Strachan aimed to retain his luxurious property’s stylish vintage features while turning it into a modern home.
Boasting immaculate and incredibly spacious accommodation, Karen Ross believes her property is ideal for couples and growing families alike.
You’ll find fabulous rooms for entertaining, plus Biomass underfloor heating on the ground floor.
When Ian and Eileen Clark first set eyes on Pitfour Chapel, it was little more than a ruin after it had been left to fall into disrepair.
After living in the spacious house for more than two decades, Andrew Leslie and his family are now looking to relocate.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) has had a positive impact on the housing market across the north-east, according to a property consultancy.
Most first time buyers start from humble beginnings, but the Lambs took on a sizeable renovation after purchasing their first family home.
Janine Hall and her partner Rob Wishart have loved the years spent in their penthouse apartment, but are now looking to downsize.
Debbie McFarlane has loved living in her elegant West End townhouse, but is now looking for a larger apartment.
Most people who build a house do it for aesthetic reasons.
Time spent at 9 Thomson Road may have been short and sweet for Victoria Baird and Grant Burnett, but the pair have certainly left their mark on this fabulous family home.
Karen Watt and her family have spent the past five years making a home of their immaculate and well-presented Ellon-based property.
The pale pink petals of the clematis bloom every year at Number 57, South Street in Mintlaw.
Samantha Hall and her family have called this stylish property, in one of Aberdeen’s most prestigious residential suburbs, home for more than a decade.
It has been more than 30 years since the Tough family arrived in Westhill, and they were the proud first owners of Number Eight, Mains Court.
Susan Yule and her husband Gary fell in love with the tranquil area of Cruden Bay.
Spacious accommodation for family living was what attracted Lindsay Young and his wife Margaret to 2 Fonthill Terrace.
It has been five years since Peter and Alison Davies moved to Corsdean, and they have made the most of their quirky home in Huntly.
It has been four years since the Walkden family made the move from Manchester to beautiful Newburgh, and swapped city life for the stunning coast.
Falling in love with its tranquil West End setting, Eric Duncan and his wife Barbara built their own unique home more than three decades ago.
This gorgeous four-bedroom family home with ample entertaining space is on the market for offers over £345,000
Situated in the sought-after area of Bieldside, the four-bedroom detached dwelling house boasts an array of impressive features both inside and out.
It has been 12 years since Lynn and Jim Dean first came across Adensfield, and it was love at first sight.
Gary Clark and his family have enjoyed living in the quiet cul-de-sac so much, they are hoping to stay in the same area.
Tucked away in the peaceful village of Old Rayne near Insch, sits a picturesque cottage, surrounded by greenery, with plants that climb and drape across its stone walls.