A traditional country house near Pitlochry has been artfully added to with an architect-designed extension that makes the most of a sloping site. On top of combining old and new, the location pairs country idyll with easy access to the A9.
Rearing out of the clifftop high above the gently lapping waters of the Tay, Woodmoor is one of the most dramatic homes I’ve visited in three years as The Courier’s property writer.
I drive to the end of the track at the southern end of Invergowrie. and the electric gates at Sillerton glide back to reveal a haven.
A former stable and hayloft near Scotlandwell has been a 23 year labour of love for its owner, who painstakingly converted it before adding an outstanding new extension – using YouTube to learn new skills. The result blends history and craftsmanship
Not unlike many blocks of flats in the Dundee area, 3 Aystree House has a communal entrance.
IN PHOTOS: This Broughty Ferry home has a swimming pool, snooker room — and some of the best views around
A modern house occupies one of Broughty Ferry’s highest points and has outstanding views over the Tay to Fife. With 1.6 acres of gardens and woodland, it has tremendous privacy. There’s even a swimming pool to enjoy a relaxing dip in.
Muriel Gibson points at one of the windows in the guest bedroom at the far end of her house.
Surrounded by rolling lawns and mature trees, with the Tay glittering in the distance, Liff Hospital must once have been a pleasant place to convalesce.
A deserted country lane leads over a lovely old arched bridge before a track branches off to the side.
Eric Strickland points to the wooded hillside at the back of his house.