A red squirrel scampers across our path as we head up the hillside in Roy Mitchell’s off-road buggy.
Kinnaird must be one of the most pleasant places to live.
The TSPC, PSPC and their member firms lead the property market in Dundee, Angus, North Fife and Perthshire. And here is the evidence to support the case.
Caroline Irwin is pottering around in the garden when I arrive at Ayton Coach House.
It looks as if it’s been sitting there for hundreds of years but in fact Pitmedden House was built in 1993.
The Open is underway and it’s hard to imagine a house more suited for letting during golf’s biggest event than the Walled Garden.
The electric gates whirr open and I drive down a tree-lined track for 500 metres until I reach the seclusion of Bogside Farm.
Dunrobin was built in 1865 and – if legend is to be believed – could have been even more magnificent than it already is.
Townhouses don’t come much more imposing or elegant than the Elms in Montrose.
A stunning 13-bedroom former hotel is on the market offering a rare investment opportunity to develop it into luxury apartments.