Known as the gateway to the Highlands, Perthshire has plenty to offer. Spectacular countryside lends itself to unsurpassed outdoor activities, while Perth itself offers everything you'd expect from a city. Commuters to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Stirling are well catered for with excellent road and rail links in place. House-hunters looking for a new home in Perthshire will find it difficult to choose between the developments on offer here.
The first of Miller Homes' three ‘Leader' properties at Linlithgow Brae will be ready for occupation this August.
This five-bedroom detached house type with integrated double garage is part of a collection of 14 eclectic family homes on the site. Prices for the ‘Leader' start from £490,000.
Recently, Scottish golfing legend and supporter of Arrhythmia Alliance, Bernard Gallacher OBE opened McCarthy & Stone's retirement development, Scholars Gate in St Andrews, by putting a ‘hole-in-one' in the grounds of the development.
At the event, McCarthy & Stone also took the opportunity to show their support for the Bernard Gallacher Defibrillator Campaign by donating £5,000 to the Arrhythmia Alliance - a charity that aims to ensure there is at least one public-access defibrillator at every golf club in the UK and Ireland.
We're extending our range of free monthly property newspapers from August 2014 with a new edition dedicated to Scotland. From early August the Scottish edition of WhatHouse? will be distributed to around 100,000 homes north of the border to the same ABC1 demographic as the four existing editions that are delivered by Royal Mail to 500,000 homes in the Home Counties, East Anglia and West Midlands.
As with the existing editions, there will be a heavy emphasis on original editorial content.
Commuters who work in Glasgow but prefer a gentler pace of life in their free time will find a great choice of executive homes available in its surrounding areas.
Taking in a number of towns and villages, the Falkirk area is convenient for commuters to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling yet has plenty facilities of its own to attract house hunters. Buyers looking to find a new home in the area will find they are offered the best of both worlds with great shops and amenities and all they need for a fabulous social life.
This month McCarthy & Stone's Retirement Living development The Fairways in Clarkston is offering buyers a generous £5,000 furniture package on reservations by 30 June and completions by 31 August 2014.
Whether you're taking your first step onto the property ladder or planning to downsize, Miller Homes' selection of terraced houses at Victoria Mills, Dunfermline could be for you. From this July, there will be a variety of end- and mid-terrace houses available in this coveted town centre development.
Steeped in history but with a relatively young population, Stirlingshire offers something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a city pad, a rural retreat or anything in between, there is bound to be something here that takes your fancy.
Historical towns, striking coastlines, stunning scenery and close proximity to the city all make Aberdeenshire an attractive place to live. A variety of new build properties are on the market in the area appealing to a wide range of house hunters, from those just starting out, through families to couples looking to downsize.