“Take the track off to the right when you’ve come up the hill,” owner Norrie Alexander had explained over the phone when inviting me to see his home.
Easter Glasslie is alive with technology – literally.
Tucked away behind Crombie Country Park, Fallaws House is a secluded country home dating back to the 1880s.
Kingsbarns, in Fife, is famous for having one of Scotland’s top courses in the Links.
It’s always nice to see an old building being put to a new use when its original purpose comes to an end.
Woodlands Cottage sits in Donavourd, a short distance south of Pitlochry.
When Mary Miller first encountered Ferrymuir Stables they were in a ruinous state.
Crosston Farmhouse sits near the sleepy village of Aberlemno, around five miles northeast of Forfar.
For any home owners, giving up a much loved house is a wrench.
Homes don’t get much more festive than High Bonnyton.