Chance Inn is a tiny hamlet near Ceres in Fife that’s as charming as it is charmingly named.
A driveway curves up from the road a few moments after I’ve driven by Kirkcaldy’s Beveridge Park.
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.
The question when extending any traditionally styled house is whether to design something in keeping with the original property or go for something that’s a bold and striking contrast.
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.
The Dundee Institute of Architects annual awards took place in the Invercarse Hotel last night.
Dogs rush out to greet me as I drive down the dirt track that leads to Over Dalkeith Farm, near the hamlet of Rumbling Bridge.
Melfort sits on Duntrune Terrace, a quiet street off Strathearn Road in Broughty Ferry.
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.
From the roadside, Roseking Hall looks like a fairly small traditional farm cottage of the type dotted all over the Scottish countryside.