A house built on the site of a disused railway yard a few miles outside Forfar still has many reminders of its former life, including a platform and the remnants of the tracks. The single storey home has extensive grounds and fine views.
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.
Lochmill House is one of those homes that hides how big it is.
Balkello Community Woodland is a fantastic dog walking spot I’ve recently discovered.
When Callum Milne bought Westlodge in 2006 it was quite literally half the house it is now.
Dunrobin was built in 1865 and – if legend is to be believed – could have been even more magnificent than it already is.
Townhouses don’t come much more imposing or elegant than the Elms in Montrose.
A cat glares at me from the farm track as I park outside Graymar House, perhaps annoyed I’ve disturbed its hunting.
Moiben sits off the quiet country street that runs through the village of Barry, just outside Carnoustie.
From the roadside, Roseking Hall looks like a fairly small traditional farm cottage of the type dotted all over the Scottish countryside.