A multi-million-pound property development is close to completion.
Anton House, a 19-flat and three-home development in Broughty Ferry, is expected to be completed in May after work started last year.
Situated on Forthill Road, it will transform the empty house into classical and contemporary apartments.
There is set to be a mix of two- and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses.
Alan Bell, development director for Chamberlain Bell, the company behind the work, said: “The existing building has been partly restored.
“The rear part has been demolished and we retained the front section with the bay window and the stone.”
Speaking about the phase one of the building, the side extension, Mr Bell added: “We are waiting for utilities coming in.
“Until we get power we can’t finish off anything.
“All the kitchens are in, all the decorations done, everything is really ready, we are just waiting for the power.
“I think the overall completion date is May.
“It is looking good.
“I am quite proud of that one. I think it will look amazing.
“The flats in the existing building are further behind, they are in the process of being finished.
“We extended the back of the existing building.
“The internal fit-out has commenced.
“The gardens are landscaped and the landscaping will be the last thing to do.
“Most of the flats are all sold. There are a few flats that are round the back that are still for sale and I think two of the three houses have been sold.”
The company has also started work on its next development, Little Cairnie in Arbroath, where it is building 49 homes as well as social housing.