Dundee’s West End is full of grand and unique properties built when the city was in its pomp – but they don’t come on sale too often. Jack McKeown tracks down a special home on a quiet street
A businessman living in an illegally-built home in rural Perthshire has made a last gasp bid to save it from demolition.
You can imagine arriving at Hope Cottage on a dark and rainy evening after a day on the hills with the dogs, flopping down on the sofa in front of the wood burner, and feeling perfectly at ease.
Surrounded by mature trees and with lawn stretching out in front of me I could be standing outside a country house at the heart of a vast estate.
Property consultants Bidwells has moved to new premises in Perth after doubling the size of its Scottish operation in the past decade.
More than one in 10 people in Britain own second homes, buy-to-let and overseas properties worth a combined £941 billion, a new study suggests.
When it was first built, 3 Abertay Gardens must have been absolutely cutting edge.
Demand for properties dropped last month – though prices remained steady, according to new research.
Dundee was the only city in Scotland to see a jump in the number of houses sold in the last year, as part of a V&A-inspired boost.
The Scottish property market was worth £18.2 billion in 2018/19, according to a report.