Scotland's Home Of The Year

Ep. 2/8 -

Judges are considering three houses in the North of the country as this week’s contenders for Scotland’s Home Of The Year.

First up is a des res in Boat of Garten that’s brought together two old stone-built former steadings and linked them with a contemporary new-build addition.

Judges are impressed with the mix of old and new, and in particular the use of glass that makes the most of the stunning views of the Cairngorms national park beyond.

Also up for consideration is an ‘upside down’ eco-home in Findhorn, where the living quarters are on the top floor of the house and a painstakingly restored 16th century medieval castle - complete with secret passages - near Tain in Ross-shire.

Architect and university teacher Michael Angus, Glasgow-based interior designer Anna Campbell-Jones, and lifestyle blogger Kate Spiers must score each of them out of ten for functionality, distinctiveness and clever design, but only one can make it through to the final.

Scotland’s Home of the Year is an IWC Media production for BBC Scotland.

Pictured: Judges Kate Spiers, Michael Angus and Anna Campbell-Jones

Publicity contact: LD

DateWednesday, 17 April 2019
Time8:00 PM -
8:30 PM