HGTV Dream Home 2018

How would you like to start off 2018 by winning your ultimate dream home? You could if you’re one of the luckiest people on the planet. And if you don’t mind moving to Gig Harbor, Washington.

The start of the HGTV Dream Home 2018 Giveaway is just a little over a week away, and we’ve got some details and a look at the house for you today. First, let us tell you that the prize package is worth over a whopping $1.8 million. And not only do you get the fully-furnished house, you also win a brand new Honda Accord and $250,000.

HGTV’s latest dream home was transformed by renowned interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. He took the once outdated home and turned it into a luxurious modern waterfront getaway.

The house is just about 3,500 square feet and has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The updated and luxurious interior is only half the charm of the house. The outside overlooks the waterfront and is nestled among a lush forest. It’s truly an escape from reality. Wait until you see it.

So what and where is Gig Harbor, Washington?

Discovered in 1840 and incorporated in 1946, Gig Harbor is one of the most picturesque small cities in America. The city was named from the Wilkes Expedition in which the crew entered the harbor in a longboat called a “captain’s gig”. These three fisherman rowed from British Columbia to Gig Harbor and decided to stay.

Gig Harbor is one of several cities and towns that claim to be “the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula”. It is located on Gig Harbor Bay in Puget Sound across the Narrows Bridge from Tacoma. Due to its close access to several state and city parks, and historic waterfront that includes boutiques and fine dining, it has become a popular tourist destination.

Gig Harbor Stats
Altitude: Sea level to 440 feet
Average Annual Rainfall: 37 inches (Wettest month is December, driest month is July)
Average Seasonal Temperatures: Summer 65 degrees Fahrenheit (F) to 80 F / 35 F to 50 F
Current Population: 9,065

— City of Gig Harbor

“Gig Harbor is truly the kind of place that dreams are made of, and we know our fans are going to be captivated by this town’s uncommon beauty, rich heritage and love of all things water,” said Ron Feinbaum, General Manager of HGTV Home Promotions. “In concert with builder Choice Construction and architect Eric Gedney, we have created a thoroughly modern residence with design inspiration to spare that represents the very best of what it means to be an HGTV Dream Home.”

HGTV fans can enter to win the 2018 Dream Home starting Wednesday, Dec. 27. You have until Friday, Feb. 16 to enter. Check out fro rules, where you can also tour the HGTV Dream Home 2018.

You can also catch the whole transformation of the house during the HGTV Dream Home Special set to air on HGTV at 8PM on New Year’s Day.

HGTV Dream Home 2018 Photo Gallery



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