See it early: HGTV preview of Dream Home 2023

HGTV showed the 2023 dream home before, during and after construction

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HGTV showed the 2023 dream home before, during and after construction

HGTV has been building and giving away dream homes in sweepstakes every year since 1997. Each home costs over $1 million and comes fully furnished in some of the latest interior design trends. Homes have been built in all corners of the country, and this year they’ll be going to Morrison, Colorado, just outside of Denver.

HGTV’s Dream house 2023 was previewed this week, and while the sweepstakes doesn’t start until December 23 (at 9:00am EST), fans will have access to one complete photo gallery of the house now.

Take a look and learn more about the HGTV Dream Home 2023 below.


HGTV 2023’s dream home is equestrian style

The HGTV Dream Home 2023 house was rebuilt for the competition. HGTV provided fans with photos of the house before whileand after construction. The house is green to match the surrounding mountain trees.

Brian Patrick Flynn designed the house and says: “Everything about the design of this house, both inside and outside, is inspired by the nature that surrounds the property”, which is why he tried to use a lot of reds and greens in the house.

The home sits on 6 acres, has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and has many windows and skylights (including a “peak skylight,” which Flynn says is “usually done in commercial settings and never really seen.” living environment”).

While Flynn calls it “elegantly sturdy,” HGTV describes the style of this home as “riding style”, using lots of wood and other natural/organic materials, including some classic English inspiration with a stone fireplace. “I want things that are classic and stand the test of time,” Flynn said.

The house also has an outdoor patio as well as a separate outdoor kitchen and seating area. A full house tour special is expected to air on HGTV in the new year. as was the case with the dream house 2022.


This is the second HGTV dream home in Colorado

The 2023 Dream Home in Morrison, Colorado is the second home built by HGTV in the state. The first was The dream house of 2007about 50 miles west in Winter Park.

The 2007 home was designed in a “rustic mountain cabin” style, according to home planner Jack Thomasson, and as such featured many wooden details and furniture.

Local reporter for Sky Hello daily news wrote at the time that 2007 Dream Home winner Robert O’Neill Sr. of Tennessee (who had only entered the sweepstakes nine times that year, despite HGTV receiving over 30 million that year) had sold the home before the end of it year for around $2 million. The house was purchased by two Denver surgeons and their families.

Real estate agent Dennis Saffell, who sold the home, said the sale of the home drew a lot of attention, saying, “We had a lot of people looking at it…because of its fame for being an HGTV home.” And it ended up being sold to someone who had no idea it was an HGTV house. They bought it because they liked it.”

According to Sky-Hi Daily News, Saffell owns New Frontier Construction Development, the company that built the dream home in 2007 and sold it to HGTV in the first place, so he sold the home twice in one year.

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