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.
It’s a minute or two before I can tear my eyes from the sweep of the Tay and step in from the balcony to explore the rest of the Turret.
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.
I'm standing in the middle of a fantastic new build flat, gazing out across Dundee's waterfront to the Tay, glittering in the sunshine.
Dundee Institute of Architects held their annual awards honouring projects in Dundee, Perthshire, Angus and Fife. Courier property writer and DIA Awards judge Jack McKeown showcases the winning projects.
A lengthy driveway takes you away from the flow of cars shuttling to and from St Andrews and deposits you at a riverside haven.
One of many remarkable things about Meadowland is how unobtrusive it is from the roadside.
There comes a point in my tour of 1 Melville Gardens when, if my guide was to disappear, I’m not sure I could find my way out.
Less than a mile outside Kinross and similarly close to the M90, Tillywhally House is as close to civilisation as country living gets.
Few homes can have involved as much family input as Balgreen.