Scotland's Home of the Year: Take a look inside three Lothian entries which wowed Kate Spiers, Anna Campbell-Jones and Michael Angus including an Edinburgh town house, a Leith 'castle' and an East Lothian cottage

This week BBC Scotland was in the Lothians on its quest to find Scotland’s Home of the Year 2021.

Thursday, 20th May 2021, 4:13 pm
Take a look inside all the Lothian properties featured in this week's episode.

The popular property show is travelling around Scotland judging three of the most exciting homes in each area, with one being crowned regional winner each week and going through to the final.

With judges Kate Spiers, Anna Campbell-Jones and Michael Angus scoring it 10 out of 10, a ‘unique’ town house in Edinburgh’s New Town enjoyed first place in the Lothians in Wednesday night’s episode.

Second was a recently renovated corner tenement, named “Castle Glimpse" in Leith and third was a gorgeous cottage in East Lothian.

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Craig owns the winning property, Doric House, with his husband Nick. (Credit: Rory Dunning)

Take a look inside all three spectacular properties here:

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The Drawing room in Doric House. (Credit: Rory Dunning)
The Master bedroom inside Doric House, Edinburgh. (Credit: Rory Dunning)
Another shot of the luxurious Drawing Room in Doric House. (Credit: Rory Dunning)
The stunning entrance hall as you walk into Doric House. (Credit: Rory Dunning)
Matt has lived in the incredible Castle Glimpse since 2019, which won second place in this weeks show. (Credit: Andrew Jackson)
The beautiful kitchen in Castle Glimpse with exposed brick and a pop bright colour. (Credit: Andrew Jackson)
The cheery front door which prompted the judges to comment on it's wonderful presentation. (Credit: Andrew Jackson)
A corner of the impressive living room in the Leith property. (Credit: Andrew Jackson)
A view of Matt's favourite spot in the house, behind the piano. (Credit: Andrew Jackson)
Jonah Cottage in East Lothian was built in 1690 and is now home to Hannah, John and their son, Samson. (Credit: Rory Dunning)
The kitchen/dining room known as the hub of the home which all the other rooms centre around. (Credit: Rory Dunning)
The cosy living room just off the kitchen. (Credit: Rory Dunning)
Another shot of the family kitchen. (Credit: Rory Dunning)
The beautiful master bedroom in Jonah Cottage. (Credit: Rory Dunning)