Muirton Living in Perth is an exciting development of 102 homes within a vibrant living area, designed with modern living in mind. It one of the highly regarded development projects by multiple award-winning developers Urban Union, who are recognised for outstanding work in regenerating a community and creating a culture of pride amongst those who live there.
I’ve picked a good day to visit Balbeuchley Steading. The sun is blazing and the afternoon heat has burned off the haze that had floated above the Tay all morning.
There are only two opportunities left for you to own an amazing luxury two-bed apartment in a countryside location just outside Broughty Ferry.
Marlee Loch is an all-year-round over 50s Residential Park situated on the banks of Marlee Loch which also offers a stream and wooded area, providing an idyllic setting for your new home.
PICTURES: This massive 16th century Fife castle with ties to Robert the Bruce has gone on the market
Paul Veenhuijzen clicks a hidden switch and a panel of his timber-lined study pops open, revealing a toilet and sink tucked into the one of the castle’s turrets.
Offers over £475,000: Space and splendour in Dundee’s West End with this incredible four bedroom apartment
Given that 1 Cidhmore has a huge 350sqm of internal space, I can only wonder at just how massive the original house must have been before it was divided into five properties.
A private lane cuts off the main road towards Glenshee. It creeps uphill for perhaps quarter of a mile before depositing me on the driveway of Hilltown of Mause.
River views don’t get much better than this. The Tay drifts by on the other side of the road from 11 Douglas Terrace. Across the two-mile wide mouth of the river are the white cottages of Tayport and the trees and sands of Tentsmuir Forest.
A house built on the site of a disused railway yard a few miles outside Forfar still has many reminders of its former life, including a platform and the remnants of the tracks. The single storey home has extensive grounds and fine views.
Former farm buildings near Pitlochry converted into large family home, holiday cottage and home business
The black and white photograph shows happy young farmers holding a bucket as a young calf dips her head in to guzzle what treats are in there.