THE BBC'S SEARCH for Wales' home of the year will bring them to north east Wales in the latest episode of a hit TV show.

Wales' Home of the Year continues with episode three airing at 7.30pm on Friday, November 3.

BBC Radio 2 presenter and fashionista Owain Wyn Evans will be joined by interior designer Mandy Watkins and architect Glen Thomas.

In the third episode of the six-part series, the judges visit north east Wales to see three properties, each with their own unique styles.

In Prestatyn, the judges have a nose around an amazing detached house built in 1870 which has a few surprises inside. The owners have gone for an industrial feel inside which is a juxtaposition to the clean grey exterior but the judges feel it really works.

The next property for the judges to visit is a converted 1960's bungalow in Flintshire.


With the layout being exactly the same, the owners decided to extend upwards to create more space. The star of the show for the judges is the vaulted ceiling as it feels so unexpected in this property.

Last in the north east, it’s time for the judges to have a look around a historic Grade II listed hall in Wrexham.

It’s a grand but unassuming property on the outside but inside, it’s a different story.

Bowled over by its unique eccentricities, the judges are in their element discovering surprises at every corner including original features, a perfect topiary garden and even a disco ball.

The judges then have the difficult job of scoring each home out of 10 and the house with the most points in each episode will proceed to the final and compete for the title of Wales’ Home of the Year 2023.

Be sure to watch the latest episode when it airs on BBC One at 7.30pm on Friday, November 3.