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Dundee is known as 'One City, Many Discoveries' in honour of Dundee's scientific activities and the Robert Falcon Scott’s Antarctic exploration vessel, RRS Discovery, which was built in Dundee and is now berthed in the city harbour. The city is a surprisingly cosmopolitan, with a high proportion of foreign students studying at the two highly regarded Universities, School of Dentistry and Ninewells University Hospital. The hugely exciting Waterfront Regeneration will continue to transform the City, with the V&A Museum at the heart of this. The regeneration project also includes a number of major Hotel chains and a host of new bars and restaurants.
Dundee is a great City to invest in, with entry level properties priced as low as £40,000. With a good mixture of traditional terraced flats, modern waterfront apartments and a wide range of urban and rural family homes, there really is something for everyone’s taste and budget.
Dunfermline was the capital of Scotland for almost 500 years and is steeped in Scottish history. The beautiful Dunfermline Abbey is the final resting place of King Robert The Bruce and these words can be seen round the four sides of the great tower. The Royal Palace was connected to the Abbey and this is where the first known document concerning the “Auld Alliance” between Scotland France was signed on 23rd October 1295. Today, visitors and shoppers in the town can walk a few hundred yards into this into this stunning part of history, with the Abbey, museums and historic ruins to visit, as well as the wonderful Pittencrieff Park, which was donated to the people of Dunfermline by its most famous son, Andrew Carnegie.
Dunfermline and the surrounding area is also undergoing a transformation, with the ongoing Eastern expansion bringing a range of modern properties, from all major house builders. These properties will be required to facilitate the growing population of this part of Fife, including the number of commuters from Edinburgh, attracted to Dunfermline by the affordable, quality homes and lifestyle. The new Forth road crossing, upgraded rail links and two major park and ride facilities are an indication of this continued growth.
Another former capital of Scotland, Perth was made a city again by the Queen as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 2012. With a rich and influential history that stretches back over 800 years, Perth has served as its country's capital and has always been one of the most important political, judicial and commercial centres in Scotland. Many of the Scottish kings were crowned on the Stone of Destiny at Scone Palace, while there are many famous historical figures that left their mark on this royal burgh.
Today, Perth is a bustling city of around 50,000 inhabitants. It offers a range of entertainment, shops, cafés and restaurants and is recognised as one of Scotland's premier culinary centres. Perth City Centre has a very buoyant residential and rental market, with a mixture of traditional and modern apartments available. The outskirts of the City offers a variety of family homes, with the wider rural areas hosting some of Scotland most stunning country properties and Estates.