Scotland’s Home of the Year to return for a fourth series

The BBC Scotland channel once more begins its search for stunning properties.

“We have been thrilled with the audience response to Scotland’s Home of the Year and its continued and growing success. Whether audiences are catching it on the BBC Scotland channel, on BBC One Scotland or on iPlayer it’s proving a huge hit. There is a lot of love out there for it and so we’re delighted to be bringing it back for a fourth series.” – Steve Allen, BBC Scotland Executive Producer and Commissioning Executive

Scotland’s Home Of The Year the weekly property programme is set to air for a fourth series as the BBC begin their search for outstanding homes from across Scotland to take part.

Whether it’s a croft or a castle, a country cottage or contemporary flat, a city dwelling or somewhere by the sea, the filmmakers are looking for homes which embody design, style and amazing architecture.

Filming will begin in June 2021 and broadcast on BBC Scotland in 2022.

“I have been blown away by the hugely joyful response to SHOTY3 even though it’s only just begun and it’s incredibly exciting to be able to let the SHOTY aficionados know that series 4 is in the pipeline. We love being the viewers’ eyes, sharing our experience of all these incredible homes.

“The quality and variety of homes has increased exponentially with each series, goodness knows what levels series 4 will bring! I would love to see a boat or an Airstream enter the competition, all kinds of compact homes are fascinating and fun.” – Judge and interior designer Anna Campbell-Jones

The series is fronted by judges, renowned interior designer Anna Campbell-Jones, lifestyle blogger Kate Spiers and architect Michael Angus.

Applications to take part in Series 4 of Scotland’s Home Of The Year should be sent to IWA and should include contact details, a brief description of the home and a few pictures. Please note, only primary residences can apply to take part.

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