I'm standing in the middle of a fantastic new build flat, gazing out across Dundee's waterfront to the Tay, glittering in the sunshine.
Ashludie House is an incredible conversion of the B Listed former merchant’s house, which sits within Miller Homes’ Ashludie Grange development in Monifieth.
Droplets from the morning’s heavy rain shower hang on the leaves of the trees surrounding Sealladh Na Beinn.
The last embers of the sunset are glowing over the Forth as I arrive at Park House.
It’s the style of house you might encounter beside the New England coastline – white walls, dormer windows and a porch to watch the state’s beautiful Fall colours from.
A lengthy driveway takes you away from the flow of cars shuttling to and from St Andrews and deposits you at a riverside haven.
Marlee Loch is an all-year-round over 50s Residential Park situated on the banks of Marlee Loch which also offers a stream and wooded area, providing an idyllic setting for your new home.
One of many remarkable things about Meadowland is how unobtrusive it is from the roadside.
A country home close to Pittenweem lies at the end of a farm road and borders onto fields. Grange House enjoys tremendous seclusion, far reaching views across the Forth, and an easy stroll to the coast.
There comes a point in my tour of 1 Melville Gardens when, if my guide was to disappear, I’m not sure I could find my way out.