Last night, the nation gathered into cramped living rooms in overpriced gaffs to find out out the winner of RTÉ’s Home Of The Year 2018.
Overall, there were seven finalists for the judges to mull over ranging from a period-style family home in Belfast to an 18th century renovated mill in West Cork but in the end a humble Wicklow farmhouse won the day.
This farmhouse cottage in the Wicklow hills is the winner of Home of the Year 2018! If you would like to apply to take part in the next series find out more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or apply to the show here: https://t.co/SAmVS60HPw #homeoftheyear pic.twitter.com/BZlE7qrdHm
— RTE One (@RTEOne) April 24, 2018
Owned by Patrick, an artist and Ros, the creative director of Avoca, the home is a converted farmhouse hidden in the Wicklow hills which the couple bought in the 1990s. The couple describe their home as their ‘piece of heaven’ and looking at the above video it’s hard to argue.
Any spare rooms, lads?