Fortunate enough to have half a million pounds to spend on a home? Then here is our pick of the best £500k houses in Tayside and Fife.
This bungalow on Rugby Terrace is in one of Broughty Ferry’s most special locations. Its award winning beach is at the end of the road.
A large kitchen/dining room forms the heart of the home. There’s also a spacious living room and a cosy sitting room.
With four bedrooms and wraparound gardens, the house has plenty of space. There’s a double garage with workshop, a summer house and a greenhouse.
It’s on sale with an asking price of o/o £495,000.
From one waterfront property to another. This handsome stone villa sits right by the river’s edge in Newport.
It’s not short on space either. On the ground floor is a large living room with bay window, a dining room, dining kitchen and a fifth bedroom.
Upstairs are four more more bedrooms, a dressing room and a shower room.
Buyers will want to carry out some modernisation works. However it’s a lot of house for an asking price of £450,000.
This traditional cottage just outside Killiecrankie has been given a dramatic extension. The new wing of the house makes the most of its Highland Perthshire outlook with a double height wall of glass.
There are two living rooms, four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The house backs onto a wooded hillside and enjoys plenty of privacy.
Some fantastic Highland Perthshire walks are on the doorstep.
It’s on sale for o/o £475,000.
Bridge of Cally
Craigton House sits on the outskirts of Bridge of Cally. With Glenshee an easy drive away it’s in a great location for skiers.
It’s also perfect for those who want a bit of space. The house sits in 3.9 acres of its own grounds.
There’s lots of room inside as well as outside. The house has a living room, conservatory, dining room, breakfasting kitchen, and three bedrooms including an en suite master.
Craigton House is on sale for o/o £475,000.
Even £500,000 doesn’t guarantee you a house in a property hot spot like St Andrews. As flats go, however, this one is pretty nice.
Located next to the Kinnesburn it has a lovely outlook over the stream that burbles through St Andrews. The town centre is less than a five minute walk away.
Renovated to a high standard, it has an open plan living/dining/kitchen with doors onto a terrace. There’s an en suite main bedroom as well as a guest bedroom. And it comes with a garage.