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Field of Dreams
Securing the ideal plot on Skye allowed Steph and Peter Rodgerson to self-build a stunning contemporary house with spectacular views. Reproduced courtesy of Scotland on Sunday
A study in light and space, looking out to the beautiful slopes of Bennachie
John O'Grady is an offshore drilling supervisor who spends a lot of his working life looking out over wild and dramatic seascapes, but when he comes home to his new Scotframe house, the outlook is equally stunning.
Scotframe Val-U-Therm in the Falkland Islands
Scotframe Timber Engineering has supplied a superb new 335 m2 detached home using the industry leading off-site construction Val-U-Therm building system. This 6-bedroom 1 storey house was shipped by Scotframe to a new development near Stanley in the Falkland Islands.
In the beautiful Aberdeenshire countryside, an old estate cottage becomes a stunning new home
It was a case of location location, location for Brian and Margaret Garden when they turned to Scotframe, the UK's leading full kit timber frame manufacturer and supplier, to help them build the home of their dreams in the beautiful Aberdeenshire countryside.
Neil and Fiona bring in the professionals - and cut their energy bills to the bone
Building a highly technical design aimed at superb energy efficiency meant Neil Robinson and Fiona Burnett needed a real specialist - which is why they turned to Scotframe, the UK's leading full kit manufacturer and supplier.
The Maryville Passive House
With respect to space heating, the Maryville Passive House is a 'Zero Carbon' home. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
Mr and Mrs Fisher, Perthshire
Keen fly fisherman Jim Fisher landed the catch of his life with a stunning building plot close to his beloved River Tummel in Perthshire - and Scotframe, the UK's leading full kit manufacturer and supplier, helped make his dream come true with a fabulous house to match the location.
The Moorheads, Loch side living
The Moorheads found their Scottish plot through sheer serendipity, but it was going to take more than luck to help them carry out a successful self build from the other side of the UK.
Tony Allen, Laurencekirk
After considering quite a few sites, I finally decided to go with the one at Wester Waterlair. I had looked at a lot before I found this, but they were either too close to neighbouring properties, or literally a "green field site", with no trees or natural cover...p>
Westerton Wood, Dess, Aboyne
This new build has taken elements from its immediate surroundings, the stonework salvaged from a quarry within the surrounding woodland, possibly quarried some 70years ago blends with the surrounding reddish blaze colour of the access road and surrounding dykes.
Mr and Mrs Anderson
When Ian and Rebecca Anderson throw open the living room curtains in the morning, they are greeted by the sight of a tumbling waterfall only a stone's throw from their patio doors and wild birds in the Scots pines and broad-leaf trees beyond.
Mr and Mrs Caldwell
For over thirty years the Caldwell family had been travelling each summer from their home in Dumfries to holiday in what soon became their spiritual home at remote Ardnamurchan Point in the far north-west of the Scottish mainland.