SIX regional finalists will face off on Monday for one final showdown as judges will decide who will be crowned Scotland's Home of the Year.

From Edinburgh to Auchterarder, the Isle of Skye and Glasgow, this year’s search showcased a variety of home styles from "labour of love" period restorations to quirky self-build homes and bijou pads.

In Monday's grand finale, the judges – who are interior designers Anna Campbell Jones and Banjo Beale alongside architect and lecturer Michael Angus – must decide which one of the six regional finalists will be crowned the winner.

The finalists include The Old Train House in Edinburgh, which scored the highest marks in episode one of the hit BBC Scotland show.

The National:

THE OLD TRAIN HOUSE in Edinburgh. A Victorian renovation, the property is home to Christina, husband Ben, daughter Vesper and Watson the dog.

A former train station, the boarded up building laid empty for 10 years before the couple transformed it into a family home.

Inside, the homeowners’ eclectic tastes can be seen as well as their desire to be sustainable with second hand furnishing adorning the three levels.

There are nods to the building’s past including graffiti on the exterior garden walls, giving it a unique style.


The National:

SNOWDROP HOUSE, just outside St Cyrus in Aberdeenshire. This modernist building in the middle of the countryside is home to property developer Ross.

Split over two floors, Snowdrop House has a box-like design with multiple views to the surrounding location.


The National:

THE OLD MANSE, in Auchterarder, Perthshire. Dating from the mid-19th Century, it’s a beautiful, sandstone period property which is home to Kelly, Michel and their three children.

Upon viewing it for the first time, Kelly instantly fell in love with the house but Michel was looking for something more modern which didn’t require renovating.

Undeterred by the challenge, Kelly lovingly restored the period property with an interior inspired by British textile designer William Morris.

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The five bedroomed home has three bathrooms, a stunning garden and a snug come cinema room.


The National:

MANOR HOUSE, is in Peebles in the Borders. An historic renovation on the outskirts of Peebles, with some sections of the home thought to date back to the 16th century, home to Megan, husband Mike and their children, Caleb and Emilia. 

When the couple first came across the property it was completely dilapidated with holes in the roof and damp throughout.

Nestled in the countryside, the home is full of salvaged items including an old science bench as a kitchen island and stunning wallpaper throughout.


The National:

LOCHBAY, is in Waternish, on the Isle of Skye. An historic croft house also on Skye, home to Denise and Bob. In spite of requiring extensive renovation, Denise wasn’t deterred and instantly fell in love with Lochbay.

Bob wasn’t so sure but now embraces Lochbay living and the incredible location. At various points, the walls are four feet thick and as well as cosy, welcoming interiors, the home also has a quirky garden room.


The National:

KIRKLEE MANSION in Glasgow's west end. An Edwardian renovation which is home to Jason, John and their Dalmatian, Mitzi Belle.

Originally three separate townhouses, the impressive property is now split to form single level apartments with Kirklee Mansion sitting on the first floor.

Homeowners Jason and John spent a lot of time restoring Kirklee Mansion to its former glory, maintaining key architectural details throughout.

The couple’s favourite spot is an armchair called Lilibet which has the best views of their expansive living room and sits under a picture of Sir George Arthur Mitchell, the original owner of Kirklee Mansion.

The six finalists representing their regions will gather together in the inspirational surroundings of Glasgow’s House For An Art Lover – designed by world-renowned architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh – as the judges cast their votes on architectural merit, distinctive design and original style.

The homeowners then join the judges in the stunning Music Room as Anna, Banjo and Michael make their final decision, revealing who will be crowned Scotland’s Home of the Year.

Scotland’s Home of the Year The Final will be broadcast on BBC One Scotland on June 26 at 8.30pm.