Could Your House Be Scotland’s Home of the Year?

Scotland’s Home of the Year

Applications have just opened for the 2nd series of Scotland’s Home of the Year and the team behind the popular prgramme are looking for proud homeowners from all different styles and sizes of homes from across Dumfries and Galloway to come forward for this years series.

 

Series 1 had a fantastic variety of homes from all over the country, but it was a stunning coastal house in Kirkcudbright that won ( Find out more HERE) – A spokes person from the TV Series told DGWGO entertainment news “we had everything from a restored castle to a studio flat, to an eco home and a 2 bed semi! As with series one, any home will be considered – it doesn’t have to be a new build or a gigantic property; we’re just looking for a place that someone calls home. We’re looking for homes from all across mainland Scotland and the Islands!”
“From Lerwick to Lockerbie, and from Stornoway to St Andrews, we’re scouring the country for all types of homes.Whether you live in a croft or a castle, a country cottage or a contemporary flat, if you love your home and think it shows individuality then get in touch.
We want great homes, whatever their size and whatever their budget level. Wherever you are in Scotland, if you think your home has something special, it could be the next WINNER of Scotland’sHome of the Year.”

For more information, please send your contact details, along with a brief description of your homeand a few photos, letting us know why you love it.

Please send all applications to scotlandshomes@iwcmedia.co.uk
Please note – the home you’re submitting must be your primary residence.

IWC Media is an independent production company and any personal data given by you will be processed in accordance with our Privacy Notice, a copy of which can be provided upon request. All applications will be evaluated at the discretion of the company and if we are interested
in featuring your property a member of the production team may contact you directly for more information.

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