First impressions matter. With a private road sweeping quarter of a mile down and up a valley, visitors have plenty of time to appreciate the splendour of Birniehill Farmhouse.
A cul-de-sac on the hillside just above the town centre and gazing towards the River Tay, Camperdown Street is one of Broughty Ferry’s most sought after addresses.
When Tracy Cameron was choosing a family home one factor proved to be the tipping point.
Angus has many bonnie glens but one of the most special is Glenesk.
A luxurious Mearns mansion with its own baronial title can be had for offers of more than £1.7 million.
Karen Heriot is very honest about her situation. “Someone like me should never have been able to live in a house like this,” she admits.
With stone and timber clad walls, and state of the art fixtures inside, The Paddock is an impressive house.
Steph and Douglas Mitchell looked at scores of houses before deciding they wanted a new build home.
Baldinnie House is enormous – but it was going to be bigger.
With a high demand for houses in Courier country, it would stand to reason that buyers are being forced into paying over the odds for their dream home. However, one of Scotland’s leading estate agencies is helping give sellers the best deals they can, putting them in an even stronger position for their next purchase.