Familiar place names often evoke a slideshow of landmarks in the mind’s eye, coupled with sensory memories of living or visiting a place.
Rettie & Co. are delighted to announce the launch of the Spring | Summer 2019 digital editions of our At Home Magazine.
We are deighted to announce that an Open House Event will be held by our Rettie Berwick team, where you will be invited to view selected properties. Please find a selection of homes for sale below and contact our team if you would like to know more: 01289 305 158, firstname.lastname@example.org.ï¿½
Families move to Scotland for myriad reasons—to work, to study, or to set up a business—but mostly to enjoy a superb quality of life for themselves and their families that few other countries can offer. If you are moving to Scotland with your employer, you may be offered the service of a relocation agent, who can help with the logistics of your move, or a specialist like Rettie & Co., who can assist with finding a suitable rental home.
We are deighted to announce that an Open House Event will be held in Berwick, where you will be invited to to view selected properties. Please find a selection of properties below and contact our team if you would like to know more: 01289 305 158, email@example.com.
Rettie & Co. are delighted to announce the launch of the Autumn | Winter 2018 digital editions of our At Home Magazine. This bi-annual magazine covers Scotland and the North East of England, showcasing some of the stunning properties available through our dedicated sales, lettings, and development teams.
Get the most out of life in the city while enjoying a rural lifestyle in these idyllic locations just outside of Edinburgh. Moving to the country usually involves some degree of compromise, but the proximity of these properties to the Edinburgh city centre makes it effortless to combine country living with a city lifestyle.
Rettie & Co. are delighted to announce the launch of the Spring | Summer 2018 editions of our At Home magazine, including our very first digital version of At Home focusing on Edinburgh & East Central Scotland. The bi-annual magazine covers Scotland and the North of England showcasing some of the stunning property available through our dedicated sales, lettings and development teams.
Darnick Tower is almost six hundred years old, with walls three feet thick. A king has stood on its battlements and ghosts are said to flit through the grounds. It was built for the Heiton family in 1425 and has never been for sale until now.
Rettie & Co. are delighted to announce the launch of the Autumn / Winter 2017 editions of our At Home magazine.
Rettie & Co. are delighted to launch the Spring 2017 editions of our At Home magazine. In each of the highly anticipated bi-annual magazines, we feature some of the finest properties for sale across Scotland and The North East of England.
Welcome to the Autumn editions of our latest At Home magazines, featuring some of the finest properties available for sale across Scotland and The North East of England. We hope you enjoy browsing the articles and properties featured in each.
Welcome to the Spring edition of our latest magazines. We hope you enjoy browsing the articles and properties featured in each.
2015 marks the 125th birthday of one of Scotland’s most iconic landmarks, the Forth Rail Bridge. Opened by the-then Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) in 1890, the bridge is the world’s longest cantilever bridge and contains ten times more steel than the Eiffel Tower.
At Rettie and Co. we sell some of Scotlands most magnificent homes and castles. We take a look at some of our most exceptional properties on the market. You may also be interested to read our prime property portfolio, Scotlands Finest Homes.
Ever wondered what £750,000 could buy you across Scotland? Have a look at some of the stunning properties available through Rettie & Co.
Following on from our most popular post: Scottish Castles for Sale – our research team have gathered information and data on a number of Scottish castles to create an eye-opening infographic that tells a story of Scotland’s rich collection of castles.
This week we take a look at a number of exceptional country homes for sale in Scotland. Living in the country is a popular lifestyle choice. Many seek the quiet and tranquility of country life over the hustle and bustle of city living.
Our selection of beautiful kitchens that offer the ultimate environment for baking treats fit for the Great British Bake Off
Townhouses are often considered the dark horse in the world of property. They may seem small on the outside but can surprise you with an ample and elegant interior. When looking for the ideal location in the city or perhaps even near the borders, the opportunities for townhouses seem endless. To give you an example of such opportunities, we've comprised a list of incredible townhouses for sale in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Berwick Upon Tweed.
An exceptional selection of properties for sale on the Central Belt of Scotland
The subject of first time buyers has long been a topic of discussion amongst the public and has recently seen an increase in attention as a result of the Government’s recent Help to Buy scheme. The scheme in itself is relatively self-explanatory – designed to encourage and support first time buyers in the process of purchasing their first home. In light of this news we have used our lifestyle section to focus on properties for sale at £250,000 and below.
Magnificent Properties For Sale Near Golf Courses in Scotland
Waterfront properties for sale in Scotland. Ever wished you had a room with a view? Experience has taught us that this is often a high priority on prospective buyers minds.
The second post in our coverage of what you can expect for your money, today we cover the £800,000 price bracket. Weve got a range of different, yet equally impressive properties, to give you an idea of what you could buy for £800,000 or thereabouts. From a Renaisance-style villa, to a Berwick-based development opportunity, the £800,000 pound mark can buy you luxury in many different locations.
It’s the dream of many aspiring gentries; a well-defended, impenetrable fortress to call home. Whether it’s the romantic notion of knights wooing fair maidens or the grandiose architecture, when castles come on the market, there is always a large interest. And where better to own a castle than Scotland? There’s nowhere like it in terms of scenery, history and culture.