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Historic former provost’s home now on market

Historic former provost’s home now on market

An impressive traditional family home, once owned by the Lord Provost of Elgin, has been put up for sale through Scotland’s leading property agency, Galbraith. Fern Hurst was the home of the last Lord Provost of Elgin, Donald McLeman McIntosh, and the Grade-C listed ceremonial lamp-posts remain in the garden, denoting his former residence. InContinue Reading

David Wilson Homes announces luxury showhome launch in Glasgow Botanics development

David Wilson Homes announces luxury showhome launch in Glasgow Botanics development

David Wilson Homes has announced the opening of its new townhouse showroom in the heart of Glasgow’s west end.  Part of the magnificent Botanics development, this striking new townhouse sprawls four storeys and boasts four well-appointed bedrooms – sure to delight house hunters on the lookout for a luxury home with a prestigious postcode.  TheContinue Reading

Inverness-shire property boosted by NC500 success

Inverness-shire property boosted by NC500 success

The Inverness-shire property market appears in part to be benefiting from the success of the NC500 tourist route, according to figures compiled by Scotland’s leading independent property consultancy, Galbraith. Sales of properties handled by the firm’s Inverness office are up by 50% for the quarter ending 30 June 2017, compared with the preceding quarter. PricesContinue Reading

Kilbowie House: luxury waterfront apartments in converted mansion hit the market

Kilbowie House: luxury waterfront apartments in converted mansion hit the market

House hunters seeking a luxury apartment on a picturesque waterfront are being given the unique opportunity to live in a converted mansion at a less than stately price. Built in 1888, Kilbowie House is a classic Scottish Baronial L-plan country residence situated on the shores of the Sound of Kerrera, which was originally constructed asContinue Reading

Listed country house brings new renovation opportunity to the market

Listed country house brings new renovation opportunity to the market

A new to the market country house is offering keen buyers the rare opportunity to transform an uninhabited property into a dream family home. Built in 1870, Chesterhill House is a C listed Tudor-Italianate style property situated in grounds of over three acres on the southern shore of the Firth of Tay in Fife. ChesterhillContinue Reading