Deadline Looms To Enter The HGTV Smart Home 2014 Giveaway

Just a few days remain in the HGTV Smart Home 2014 Giveaway, a prize package valued at over $1 million that includes the home in the premiere Duncanwood Reserve neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee, as well as a 2014 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid and $100,000 courtesy of Quicken Loans.

During the giveaway period, which runs until June 9, 2014, eligible contestants can enter twice per day online: once at and once at, and can sign up for daily email reminders. HGTV Facebook and Twitter fans (#HGTVSmart) can check in for ongoing updates and new details. Official rules can be found at

Fans can take a virtual tour of the beautiful three-bedroom, 4 ½ bath home in the desirable Green Hills area of Nashville by visiting

This English cottage-style residence is designed to use every bit of space efficiently on its three levels. It features technology to connect the home’s appliances and devices, giving the homeowner better control over energy use, security, interior climate and lighting. Designed by P. SHEA | DESIGN and built by Carbine & Associates, this extraordinary home lies just 15 minutes south of downtown Nashville, an energetic city known worldwide for its country music heritage as well as its diverse nightlife and trendy food scene.

The HGTV Smart Home 2014 meets the Consumer Electronics Association’s (CEA) TechHome Rating System (THRS), a nationally recognized specification for residential technology infrastructure. The home also has earned a Silver Level certification from the National Green Building Standard™.

The fully furnished HGTV Smart Home 2014 features products provided by national advertising partners including Lincoln Motor Company, Bassett Furniture, Moen, Shaw Floors, ADT Security Services, Bush Brothers & Company, Quicken Loans, The Sherwin-Williams Company, Tempur-Pedic Management, LLC., Verizon Wireless, Char-Broil, and Radio Systems Corporation, owner of the PetSafe® brand.

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