A country home in Angus has echoes of Westminster and Holyrood, being the home to the late Lord Fraser. Lady Fraser tells its political tales and explains why it was the perfect home to raise her family.
To the front is the High Street, with its pubs, cafes and burbling lion’s head fountain. To the rear are sprawling orchards and open countryside. And to the side lies Falkland Palace.
With its championship golf course, idyllic coastal setting and easy distance to Dundee, it's no wonder Carnoustie is a popular place to live. We check out three houses to suit different budgets.
The largest town in Highland Perthshire and a tourist hub in the summertime, Pitlochry is also a fine place to live year-round. Tucked beneath Ben Vrackie, it’s a Mecca for lovers of the outdoors.
It’s almost impossible to drive to Lower Largo beach without casting an upward glance at the area’s most famous statue.
Willowbank is the perfect antidote to the rows of repetitious boxes that constitute modern housing developments.
Standing on a rocky escarpment by Pittenweem Harbour, its walls painted a jaunty pink and its roof the orange pantile traditional to the East Neuk, Easter Gyles looks as if it belongs on a postcard.
Sat on the edge of the country park in Markinch from which it takes its name, Balbirnie South Lodge is a handsome building.
Former Dundee United and Scotland player- and current Courier columnist- Christian Dailly has put his multi-million pound Essex house up for sale.
Running parallel to the Kingsway, Clepington Road is the spine of Dundee.