Search is on for Scotland’s Home of the Year

Take a peek inside some of the country’s most stunning properties as three judges travel the length and breadth of the nation in search of Scotland’s Home Of The Year.

Architect Michael Angus, interior designer Anna Campbell-Jones and Lifestyle blogger Kate Spiers will visit some truly unique homes over the course of this eight-part BBC Scotland series, looking for stand-out design and impressive interiors.

From Arran to Aberdeen and Boat of Garten to Coupar Angus, there’s a vast array of property styles to consider, from renovated period farmhouses to innovative contemporary builds.

The regional heats take place over seven 30-minute episodes, building to the one-hour final in which Scotland’s Home Of The Year is decided.

In this first instalment, the judges are in Central Scotland, visiting two stunning contemporary homes in Kirriemuir in Angus and Coupar Angus in Perthshire before poring over a new-build stone cottage in the Perthshire village of Stanley.

Scotland’s Home of the Year will be start next Wednesday, April 10, on BBC Scotland from 8-8.30pm.