Cross the threshold at 104 Desswood Place and you’ll get an immediate feel for this Aberdonian townhouse.
There is something quite special about residing in the countryside.
Stylish and versatile, this five-bedroom family home could be just the ticket for 2021.
Our life is filled with different milestones, such as learning to drive, getting married, starting full-time work and entering adulthood. But one milestone that really stands out is flying the nest and buying your first home.
Rightmove says it has had its busiest-ever start to the year, with visits to the website up by 30% compared with 12 months earlier.
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.
Many special memories have been created in Number 1 Abbotshall Walk.
There has been a jump of more than 300% in properties being marketed as being suitable for home working, according to a website.
When Gilly Shand bought Cedar Lodge it was little more than a shell with a blueprint of plans, waiting to be finished.
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.
Rhoda Duguid had three requirements when searching for her dream home – it must have plenty of space, character and be set in a lovely location.
From the manicured lawns to the gorgeous views of open countryside, Glenview House is rather good at first impressions.
Traditional and homely with expansive views – that’s Avalon, No 1 Station Road.
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.
This beautiful north-east steading has all you could wish for and is on the market for offers over £580,000
It has everything you could dream of to experience a perfect work/life balance, including a stunning heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, gym and office.
In these ever-changing times, it’s nice to be able to experience the sense of security you get when buying a property at a fixed price.
Commercial property giant Land Securities (Landec) has dived to a mammoth £835 million loss for the past half-year after the value of its empire fell by £945 million.
Times have been tough for everyone in recent months, and we’ve been forced to come up with different means of keeping ourselves occupied.
If you’re in the market for a home steeped in history, you’ll find it a difficult task sourcing a property that ticks as many boxes as Tullich Lodge.
This six-bedroom Aberdeen home with spacious open-plan extension is on the market at offers over £950,000
From the street, this property in Bieldside looks like any other grand granite home.
New figures reveal house prices continue to fall in the Aberdeen, but property experts have noted "very encouraging" signs.
The showhomes of the past could easily be seen as gaudy and overdone, but The Roxburgh is leading the way in current trends.
This lovely Aberdeen home has layout to suit modern lifestyle and is on the market for offers over £425,000
Painting the walls of your home in shades of grey, charcoal and white has been a hugely popular trend in the past few years.
It's rare to see a property like this appearing on the market in Aberdeen, a city famed for its granite townhouses.
Offering flexible accommodation spanning two floors, 315 North Deeside Road has both traditional and modern features.
It has been more than 40 years since Ian Parkinson first set eyes on what was then a ruin in Banchory Devenick.
This former laird's mansion not only offers a rich history, but also stunning views of its own grounds and the River North Esk.