Home of the Year Ireland
What makes a House a Home? Championing individuality, flair and commitment to design, Home of the Year features homeowners around Ireland who have done something extraordinary to the place they call home.
S03:E01 - Episode 1
Architect Elaine Bowe and her husband Ken Kennedy, an electrician, live with their two children in the contemporary home Elaine has designed for them in County Clare
S03:E02 - Episode 2
Alec Darragh lives in an aluminium clad contemporary end of terrace home in North Dublin. Alec is a Company Director and also restores vintage racing bicycles.
S03:E03 - Episode 3
Our judges see three Dublin based homes and a historic farmstead in Wicklow, a restored Victorian end of terrace, a colourful two up two down, and a 17th century farmstead.
S03:E04 - Episode 4
Three more unique homes are visited; a bungalow with a difference in Wicklow, a coastal home in Kerry with spectacular views, and a Georgian inspired new build in County Down.
S03:E05 - Episode 5
In the fifth programme of the series, a coastal home in WestCork, a reimagined bungalow in County Wicklow, and a 19th century railway goods shed turned home.
S03:E06 - Episode 6
The judges travel West to visit a transformed cottage in Galway city, then an architectural new build in the Antrim countryside and finally a contemporary renovation in Dublin
S03:E07 - Episode 7
The judges take a look at a reimagined 18th century farm cottage in West Clare, and an old schoolhouse in Leitrim.
S03:E08 - Episode 8
The homeowners come together for the very first time at Palmerstown House in County Kildare, where the judges will deliberate and ultimately crown the winner of Home of the Year.
S03:E09 - Episode 9
Home of the Year returns to our screens for a one off seasonal special... and there are some familiar faces on board.