We’re standing inside the ruined original manse in the grounds of Portmoak House.
Kinnaird must be one of the most pleasant places to live.
Dunrobin was built in 1865 and – if legend is to be believed – could have been even more magnificent than it already is.
Balquharrie sits at the edge of lowland Scotland – the back garden looks across a valley to the Perthshire hills.
Shut the driveway gates at Westray Lodge and it feels like you’re closing the doors on the world.
With its handsome, traditional exterior and its striking contemporary interior, the Maine House looks like it belongs in a glossy magazine.
It may seem hard to believe but Cowden House started life as a humble cottage.
The sun is finally out. Mere traces of snow remain on the East Lomond’s northern face. Birds are chirping and spring finally feels on its way.
Linfield may, technically, be a flat, but it’s larger than all but the biggest family homes.
From the roadside, Roseking Hall looks like a fairly small traditional farm cottage of the type dotted all over the Scottish countryside.