BBC’s Scotland’s Home of the Year took a visit to Glasgow and the Valley in search for the most spectacular home.

In the running was a converted apartment in Motherwell; a renovated villa in Glasgow’s South side and an eco-friendly cottage near Biggar.

All three properties are in competition as the judges choose a winner from Glasgow and the Clyde Valley.

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It was announced the Pentland View home near Biggar will be heading to the final for Scotland’s Home of the Year along with Lorne Cottage in Fort William, The Ostro Passive House in Kippen, The Pastel House in Orkney, Firestation House in Hawick, New Tolsta in Lewis and a Victorian Terrace in Edinburgh.

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Mixing together a range of antiques and contemporary designs throughout, Pentland View is also a zero carbon home with insulation, underfloor heating, solar panels with sustainability at its heart.

Check out our photo story here for a closer look into the homes featured on tonight’s (May 16) episode.

Judges Anna Campbell Jones, Kate Spiers and Michael Angus showed the viewers around properties but as they announced their votes, fans were unimpressed with tonight’s winner.

One viewer tweeted: “They must be clueless though voting number one!”

Another said: “Some of these homes are terrible. Also need new judges as their taste is all too similar and odd at times.”

“And again the worst one wins,” a third echoed.

But one viewer interjected: “It was my favourite by a mile!”

“Pentland view for me! Gorgeous!” Another agreed.

And for one fan, they could only praise one property: “Generally though, Glasgow did not disappoint!”

You can catch up on Scotland’s Home of the Year on BBC Scotland at 7.30pm Wednesday May 17 and on BBC iPlayer.

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