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New HGTV dream home 2011



New HGTV dream home 2011,

New HGTV dream home 2011

New HGTV dream home 2011

New HGTV dream home 2011

New HGTV dream home 2011

The design of the nearly 3,400-square-foot HGTV Dream Home, located in Spruce Peak at Stowe Mountain Resort, was inspired by late-19th-century Adirondack mountain-retreat style. Created with the bold, innovative ideas that make each HGTV Dream Home so exciting and unique, it has three bedrooms, including a ‘ski dorm’ that sleeps eight, three and a half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen and two family gathering spaces with lots of natural light. “The 2011 HGTV Dream Home is our first in Vermont and allows us to showcase the features and attractions that make its location so desirable, including the area’s breathtaking scenery and year-round outdoor activities,” said Jim Samples, president, HGTV. “Stowe is a vacation wonderland and the perfect site for our 15th anniversary home.”
During the January television special, host Monica Pedersen, HGTV Dream Home interior designer Linda Woodrum and House Planner Jack Thomasson will take viewers on a visual excursion that includes every room in the house. HGTV designer John Gidding from Curb Appeal: The Block will introduce viewers to the home’s panoramic views, including a landscape designed with outdoor entertaining in mind.What if HGTV Dream Home 2011 were located in New York City? I mean, think about it for a second. HGTV Dream Homes have traditionally been built near mountains, oceans or lakes. Then we did a 180 in 2010 and built our first Southwest Dream Home right smack-dab in the middle of the desert. Wouldn’t it follow that we’d do something even more groundbreaking in 2011? And the Big Apple certainly has its perks: fabulous food, culture, performing arts, history and proximity to Long Island’s breathtaking beaches and the upstate’s lakes and mountain ranges. Seems perfect to me. Thoughts?
Each year, Home & Garden Television challenges itself to raise the bar for the upcoming Dream Home. The location, the surroundings and the home style are all expected to be increasingly more inviting and spectacular. And in choosing refrigeration, wine and cooking products, HGTV chooses the best. “When you’re looking for the best appliances to enhance your kitchen and improve the quality of life in your kitchen, turn to Sub-Zero and Wolf,” said Jack Thomasson, Professional House Planner for the HGTV Dream Home. “Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances can make an ordinary kitchen extraordinary. Their quality is only matched by their style,” Thomasson added. HGTV will celebrate 15 years of making dreams come true when it showcases its newest HGTV Dream Home, a fully furnished, modern rustic mountain home in Stowe, Vermont during the HGTV Dream Home 2011 special on New Year’s Day, at 1 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT. The spectacular home, nestled beneath the magnificent Mt. Mansfield, is part of a $2 million grand-prize package. The prize will be awarded to one lucky viewer in March, 2011. Until then, online users can see a photo gallery and a 360-degree virtual tour of the custom-designed home at HGTV.com/dreamhome.

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