Who won HGTV Dream Home 2011?

Who won HGTV Dream Home 2011?

Monica Pedersen
Monica Pedersen surprises the winner of the HGTV Dream Home 2011.

Has anyone ever kept the HGTV Dream Home?

According to HGTV, only one of the first 10 Dream House winners has been able to hang on to their winnings. Just six of the first 21 winners actually lived in their new digs for more than a year. The longest “survivor,” the 1998 winner, kept her dream home in Florida for eight years before selling it.

What happened to Linda Woodrum?

Linda Woodrum has been the chief designer for the HGTV Dream Home for nineteen years having just completed the HGTV Dream Home 2015. Linda was also the chief designer for the five HGTV Green Homes and she is currently working on her third HGTV Smart Home. She also works as a design consultant for HGTV Urban Oasis.

What was the first HGTV Dream Home?

Jackson Hole
HGTV Dream Home 1997 marked the start of an exciting annual project. Take a trip to Jackson Hole, WY, and discover the rustic charm that made HGTV’s first Dream Home a warm and cozy success.

Where was the HGTV Dream Home 2011?

Stowe, Vermont
HGTV Dream Home 2011 is a modern mountain lodge located in picturesque Stowe, Vermont.

Do you get to keep the furniture on HGTV dream home?

Each year’s HGTV Dream Home Sweepstakes winner receives the home itself, all of the artwork and furnishings inside the home, a big cash prize, and a new vehicle. If the winner chooses this option, they receive the associated prizes like the vehicles, cash, and furnishings, but HGTV retains the rights to the house.

When did the HGTV Dream Home Sweepstakes start?

The HGTV Dream Home 2022 Giveaway begins on December 28, 2021 at 9 a.m. ET and ends on February 17, 2022 at 5 p.m. ET.

How many square feet is the 2014 HGTV Dream Home?

The HGTV Dream Home 2014 measures approximately 3200-square-foot, and includes three bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths on one-third of an acre. As part of the “New Mountain Architecture” design by Ward-Young Architecture of Truckee, Calif., the house blends traditional and contemporary forms.