I hope and pray that I’m the winner and I been enter now 15 year and not yet won but I hope this time to win from Alabama in berry ala. To me, it’s a concept that is fraught with waste as few Americans can move to wherever the Dream House is, let alone afford to maintain the lifestyle.
If memory serves, there have been one or two winners who actually took up residence in past Dream Homes, but eventually sold them because of taxes and other expenses. And can I just say how much I appreciate a mountain house that the decorator did NOT burden with dear little animal heads and antlers on the walls? A couple of months ago I had a dream…I ended up telling my friends that I had a dream that I would own a home in Lake Tahoe.
I see this year the winner gets $250,00 in cash as well which must be to pay for taxes etc. It’s a way to showcase new products, designs, and innovations, as well as current trends in building.
But honestly, when I look at homes like this all I can think of is how much work it would take to keep clean! I might not be thrilled with with every furnishing choice, but the fixed elements are awesome!

The architects and decorators always seem to do their best to try something different and interesting. But my one quibble would be that that glass box foyer seems a huge waste of space in a house that is only 3,000 square feet. Someone from modest means is all of a sudden thrown into a higher tax bracket owning a million dollar home. I think HGTV is fully aware that the majority of people who enter don’t have the means to actually take possession of the property and offer a cash option with these giveaways. Didn’t we even discuss that HGTV helps with that process, so it’s a win-win all the way around? Not that a 3,000 square foot house is small, but that foyer must be nearly 800 square feet all by itself…a huge percentage of the total. Not a fan of the chrome yellow accent stools but I do appreciate how comfortable the seating looked. I believe you usually have the option to take money instead of the house, too, but I don’t remember reading if they’re doing that again this year? The giveaway gimmick is just a well proven method of drawing attention, getting press and so forth.

Seuss The Lorax Diaper Storage CaddyFree Shipping for all orders over $125.If you see an add to cart button, this item is in stock and usually ships in 1-2 business days. Rhoda of Southern Hospitality got to tour the house in person, and you can see the photos she took of it on her blog, too. The winner gets the house (estimated at about $2 million) along with the furnishings, a $250,000 cash prize provided by Quicken Loans, and a 2015 GMC Yukon Denali. A lot of Dream Homes have come and gone since then (and I haven’t won a single one of them!).
Every year I get comments about how impractical it is to win one of these because of the taxes and the hassle of relocating or selling it, but I still think it’s fun to dream a bit.
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