Every year HGTV gives away a free home to a lucky viewer. Here are the million-dollar dream homes from the past 5 years.
- Every year, HGTV gives away a dream home to one viewer.
- In 2019, the network gave away a $2.3 million mountain retreat in Montana.
- In 2015, HGTV gave away a $2 million home on Martha's Vineyard.
- A number of winners have chosen not to move into the new home and instead accept a cash prize.
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HGTV is best known for its dramatic home makeovers. That's why each year millions of people enter to win the network's dream home.
Every year, HGTV builds a million-dollar home in a state of their choice and gives it away to a lucky viewer they choose from a lottery drawing. These homes have expertly designed spaces, state-of-the-art appliances, and breathtaking views.
From Montana to Florida, these are the most recent dream homes HGTV has given away.
The 2019 HGTV dream home is a mountain retreat located in Whitefish, Montana. The home is valued at $2.3 million.
The front door opens into the "great room," which is decorated with a moose's head and a wrap-around couch.
The "great room" easily flows into the kitchen, which has a massive island.
On the other side of the house, you will find the master suite, which also overlooks the landscape.
The master bedroom leads into the bathroom, which has a tub inside the walk-in shower.
Upstairs there are guest bedrooms, like this one that uses bookshelves as the headboard.
Back on the main floor, there's a bonus room that's perfect for entertaining your guests.
Beverly Fulkerson of Osgood, Indiana, won the 2019 dream house.
The 2018 HGTV dream home in Gig Harbor, Washington, was valued at $1.8 million.
The "great room" has floor-to-ceiling windows that have unobstructed views of the Puget Sound.
On the opposite side of the main floor, you can find the main kitchen.
Upstairs on the top floor is the master bedroom that has a nature-inspired color scheme.
The master suite has a soaking tub and a walk-in shower.
On the bottom floor, there is another seating area and bar for entertaining.
You can find guest rooms on the bottom floor, so you can entertain guests all weekend long.
Emily Muniz of Nashville won the four-bedroom, three-bath home back in 2018.
The 2017, the HGTV dream home was located in St. Simons Island, Georgia, and valued at $1.7 million.
Upon walking into the dream home, you immediately enter the living room.
The kitchen design was inspired by the nature that surrounds the dream home.
Down the hall from the kitchen, you will find a navy blue master bedroom.
The serene master bathroom has a freestanding tub and a walk-in shower.
In addition to two guest bedrooms, there is a pool lounge that connects the indoors and outdoors.
The built-in swimming pool is the perfect addition to this home's scenic backyard.
Anna Spangler of Kutztown, Pennsylvania, won the 2017 dream home.
The 2016 HGTV dream home was located on Merrit Island, Florida, and cost about $1.5 million.
The entrance of the home is grand, spilling into an open living room.
The living room flows directly into the open kitchen where the simple colors continue.
By the kitchen, you will find the media room, which is sprinkled with pops of colors.
The vibrant colors continue upstairs in the teal master suite.
The master suite comes with a Roman tub and an impressive walk-in shower.
Outside of the dream house, there is a beautiful pool with jaw-dropping views.
David Rennie of Connecticut won the three bedroom home.
The 2015 HGTV dream home was located on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. It is valued at $2 million.
The front door swings open into the "great room," which acts as a living room and dining room combo with vaulted ceilings.
Next to the "great room," you will find the kitchen, which is equipped with stainless steel appliances.
One wing of the house includes the vaulted master bedroom.
The two side bedrooms and the living room all have doors to this outside patio space that can entertain guests all night long.
Kathy O'Dell of Huntsville, Alabama, won the three-bedroom home back in 2015.
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