A half-mile long driveway deposits me in the grounds of High Beley where I’m greeted by Lesley Haines.
On March 29, 1912, Captain Robert Falcon Scott and the last of his companions died on their way back from the South Pole.
The sun is blazing down, bouncing off the whitewashed sides of the houses on Pittenweem’s shorefront.
David Semple points to a moss-covered square of ancient stone tucked into a secluded dip in the land beside a stream a few yards from the shore of Loch Tay.
Steve and Alison Harvey spent a year living in their former farm cottage in Fife before extending it.
Sitting towards the far end of Edzell, Lindsay House is a short walk from the village’s park, primary school, shops and cafes.
Balquharrie sits at the edge of lowland Scotland – the back garden looks across a valley to the Perthshire hills.
Mount Melville Steading sits in one of those quiet little corners of Fife you wouldn’t know existed unless you had cause to visit.
Shut the driveway gates at Westray Lodge and it feels like you’re closing the doors on the world.
Overlooking the 14th hole at Letham Grange, in Angus, Foxfield is a golf enthusiast's dream home - and the four bedroom property has more than three acres of secluded garden to practice your chipping and putting.