With its quaint cottages and meandering paths, Fittie (or Footdee) in Aberdeen is well-loved by locals and tourists alike.
If you’re on the hunt for a forever home with adaptable accommodation, then 19 Newlands Crescent is for you.
The North Scotland division of Barratt homebuilders has contributed more than £62m to the economy in the past year.
If you have always wanted to relocate to a property in a stunning rural location with a sea view – this is your chance!
From the stunning stained glass windows to beautiful views across Aberdeen, this penthouse apartment is rather special.
With a peaceful, picturesque outlook, 11a Don Terrace is perfect for couples and families alike.
A historic mansion is up for sale in Elgin- and could be yours for the princely sum of £1 million.
Everyone has different tastes when it comes to what characteristics of a property entice us most.
3 Dingwall Street is a two double bedroom semi-detached house in Rosehearty, on the north east coast.
From the generously proportioned living accommodation on offer to its practical location, 40 Roseberry Street in Aberdeen is sure to impress.
We’ve all spent more time working from home this past year, but for Alf Dunbar, the phrase has an altogether different meaning.
Renters could be putting their tenancies as well as their possessions at risk by not having contents cover in place, Britain’s biggest building society has warned.
Set within 19 acres of land, Burnhead Cottage boasts open views of the picturesque north-east countryside.
We’ve all been spending more time at home, which wouldn’t be such a hardship at Number 51, Fountainhall Road.
With stunning views of the sea and the haunting ruins of Slains Castle round the corner, you’ll have to join the throng in vying for this beautiful coastal home.
The perks that come with city centre living are endless.
Commercial property business Hammerson has written down the value of its shopping centres and stores by nearly £2 billion as Covid-19 saw rental income suffer the biggest fall in the company’s history.
They say there are few things more stressful and intense as buying property and that's been especially true for the first time you do it - until now.
Estate agent Foxtons has cheered the busiest start to the year since 2016 thanks to a booming property market sparked by changing buyer demands and the stamp duty holiday.
Set in a quiet and peaceful cul-de-sac and with woodland walks on the doorstep, this stylish Aberdeen property has been home to the Mackay family for more than five years.
Welcome to Number Six, Fetteresso Castle, where you can be king or queen of the castle – without a hefty price tag.
Property buyers have described Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s decision to extend the stamp duty cut to the end of June as a “lifeline” set to save them thousands of pounds.
Set in Milltimber, amid generous garden grounds with mature trees providing privacy and seclusion, the property is perfect for a multitude of home buyers including couples of all ages and growing families.
From gorgeous original features to beautiful views, Crynoch is certainly a rare gem where you can sense the comforting presence of the past.
This substantial four-bedroom granite dwelling house exudes fine period detail throughout, which is enhanced by timeless neutral decoration.
One of the joys of the recent heavy snowfalls in Aberdeen has been seeing families enjoy themselves sledging, snowboarding and building snowmen in Duthie Park.
The open-plan living trend has been a key one over recent years, particularly in kitchen design.
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.
In the heart of the Drummuir Estate sits a very unusual property, designed to let people reconnect with nature and enjoy a taste of an ecological, wild and sustainable lifestyle.
A spacious family home in the Granite City, complete with a beautiful walled garden, is sure to hurt your wallet... right?