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Glasgow Live
Kirsty McKenzie

Scotland's Home of the Year judge Kate Spiers' Glasgow flat is up for sale - take a look inside

If you love a home with some serious style, this new property listing could be for you.

A three-bedroom flat on Cathcart Road in Glasgow’s south side is on the market.

While the tenement might not look recognisable from the outside, its stylish insides could ring a bell - as pictures of the lush interiors regularly rack up millions of likes on social media.

BBC Scotland's Home of the Year judge Kate Spiers was the mastermind behind this particular property – where she has lived with her husband Jordan for the past two years.

Not only does the spacious flat have some serious interior design flair, the property also has plenty to offer as a home.

Located in Mount Florida, it boasts traditional period features, such as intricate cornicing, original floorboards and a large reception hallway.

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It also includes an enormous ‘Monica from Friends cupboard’ in the entrance hall as well as three large bedrooms, a dining kitchen and gorgeous bathroom complete with a walk in shower, free standing bath and pink tiled walls.

But the real star of the home is the bright and spacious living room, that interior fans will recognise as the focal point of Kate’s stylish Instagram posts.

The beautiful bespoke shelving unit, designed by Kate, has been oohed and aahed over by stylish followers from across the world - and now you can make them your own!

In the listing, agents Rettie describe the property as “a little slice of heaven in amongst the urban hustle and bustle of Glasgow's southside.”

They say: “Set in the heart of Mount Florida, this truly special tenement flat boasting wonderful period features has been lovingly renovated by the current owners."

Kate, who is known for hunting down the most breathtaking properties in Scotland in her role as a judge on the hit BBC Scotland show, said: “We’ve lived in our neighbourhood for almost eight years and we’ve seen the area absolutely boom in that time which has been wonderful.

"I honestly think if the pandemic had never have happened, we’d have stayed here forever – but after so long living in one place, we feel like it’s time to move on.”

At offers over £195,000, it’s not exactly a bargain - but when you consider the standard of the place, it’s a pretty appealing price tag.

Now, if they could just leave behind all that gorgeous furniture…

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