Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is back with a brand new search to find Northern Ireland’s House of the Year.
The search is now on for the BBC NI House of the Year. The brand new series aired for the first time on Monday 3rd January 2011 on BBC 1, and is presented by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. The series will run on a Monday evening for seven weeks, consisting of six heats each containing three magnificent houses from across the province. The winner from each heat will then go forward to the series finale and have the chance of winning the prestigious honour of Northern Ireland’s House of the Year.
The competition is again being judged this year by esteemed industry experts in the form of, award winning architect Des Ewing, leading local estate agent Michael Dunn and Suzanne Garuda whom provides her expert eye for all things interior design.
Episode one featured stunning residences in Derrygonnelly, Newcastle & Lisbane.
Episode two focuses on outstanding houses in Portstewart, Maghera & Hillsborough.