When Alan and Lucy Brown finally found the site The Glasshouse is built on they had looked at over 50 properties.
Dunrobin was built in 1865 and – if legend is to be believed – could have been even more magnificent than it already is.
Stone walls. Red pantile roofs. A large garden and a sunroom to enjoy the views from.
Parking up on Pittenweem’s West Braes it’s impossible not to take a few moments to marvel at the view.
The Old Armoury’s owner, David Dickson, points at a corner of his dining room.
Take a look at this house in Aberdour. Handsome, stone built, imposing. It looks like a very fine place to hang your hat. But at one point some of Fife's most undesirable characters lived here.
Deuchnyside is one of those nice examples of a property that feels remote yet is only moments from civilisation.
Drive a short distance from the north side of Arbroath and you’ll come to St Vigeans.
Manderley is one of only a handful of 20th Century Perthshire houses listed as being of architectural note.
Modern homes are comfortable but they don’t half lack character.