From farmhouses to bungalows, this list is perfect for anyone who fancies undertaking a big project and redesigning their own home.
Tom Parker, Consumer Expert at Zoopla, said: "Now that the stamp duty holiday has been extended, buyers have more time to assess what type of property they'd like to purchase, including renovation projects, which may have been ruled out over concerns on price and timing.
"We've selected a number of homes for buyers to view and see the investment potential in these do'er uppers in Scotland.
"From lower budget flats to higher-value homes, there's a range of properties available to transform, perfect for eagerly-awaiting and aspiring design gurus."
Here are the nine top properties in Scotland ready and waiting to be renovated.
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1. Two-bedroom house, Bonar Bridge
On the market for offers over £180,000, this two-bed detached house is found in Bonar Bridge in the Highlands. It has great potential and comes with outbuildings and approximately nine hectares of croft land too.
2. Two bedroom cottage, Fife
On the market for a fixed price of £95,000, this two bedroom cottage is currently very dated but has enormous potential and would make an ideal holiday home.
3. Three bedroom cottage, Inverness-Shire
This three bedroom cottage is on the market for offers over £165,000 and is found in Drumnadrochit, Inverness-Shire. Another property with huge potential as the interior is extremely dated.
4. Four bedroom bungalow, Tarbert
This four bedroom detached bungalow is for sale in Tarbert for offers over £75,000. It is an unfinished new build with stunning views of countryside and out to the Atlantic.