Lovingly upgraded by the current owners, this desirable four-bedroom home is in the heart of sought-after town of Stonehaven.
Set within a popular Riverside Drive development, this spacious two-bedroom flat offers beautiful views of the River Dee.
With an enviable waterfront location, this magnificent five-bedroom home enjoys panoramic sea views.
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.
Boasting very bright and spacious accommodation, this double upper flat forms part of a substantial West End property.
Set in an enviable location in Cruden Bay, this stunning five-bedroom property would make the perfect forever home for families.
If stylish, city centre living is what you’re after, then this two-bedroom apartment is sure to catch your eye.
The historic building, which currently has no roof, sits near the mouth of the River Ythan and is described as one of Scotland's cheapest castles
Council properties in Aberdeen take 66 days on average to re-let again to tenants, new figures have shown.
According to research carried out by Zoopla, the average house price in Aberdeen is £189,965, which has gone down by £7,626 in 2019.
A meeting is to be held ahead of a decision on whether to approve plans for more than 500 homes in a city community.
A street in St Andrews has been named the most expensive in Scotland for the third year running.
Featuring an exclusive balcony area, this desirable four-bedroom home offers generous living accommodation spanning three floors.
Located within the sought-after village of Tarland, this well-presented four-bedroom home is both spacious and stylish.
Set in the heart of a new housing development, this three-bedroom detached house would make a great family home.
With rooftop views across the heart of Aberdeen, this four-bedroom home is both conveniently located and stylish.
Boasting exceptionally spacious accommodation, this stunning two-bedroom flat is perfect for those who love city centre living.
Owner Kelly said: “We really love the large bedrooms. All three bedrooms are double-sized and my children definitely loved having double beds. I think the property would be ideal for a family because children can grow with the rooms as they age."
The Northumberland market town of Hexham has been crowned the happiest place to live in Britain.
Enjoying an elevated plot and views of the surrounding countryside, this four-bedroom property would be ideal for a multitude of buyers.
Situated in a popular West End location, this one-bedroom property offers a stylish level of accommodation.
With an enviable range of facilities situated close to home, this stunning four-bedroom house is perfect for families.
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.
Offering easy access to an array of amenities, this five-bedroom home is set in a tranquil cul-de-sac in the sought-after area of Ellon.
Occupying an enviable position in a quiet cul-de-sac, this stylish property is spacious yet cosy.
Situated within beautifully landscaped gardens, this stunning four-bedroom home boasts uninterrupted views to the south of Westhill.
The north-east’s property market is on the up, new figures suggest.
With its extensive garden grounds and impressive features, this four-bedroom property would make the ideal home for a growing family and couples alike.
Overlooking the Don, this spacious property is situated in a peaceful riverside location.
A stone’s throw from the array of amenities available in the heart of the city, this two-bedroom apartment combines practicality and style.