HGTV shows off Smart Home 2014

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT)-- Time Magazine Calls Nashville "The South's Red-Hot Town". According to Taylor Swift, "Nashville is the best place on earth!" No wonder TIME Magazine just dubbed it "The South's Red-Hot Town." Maybe that's also why Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton moved back and Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood just announced they are moving back too.

The second-fastest growing city in 2013, "Music City, USA" has developed into a booming metropolis rivaling the top four American cities for the best music scene, food, nightlife and most important, quality of life.

If you're thinking of following Garth, Trisha, Blake and Miranda's lead, this may be your big opportunity -- the latest HGTV Smart Home is located in Nashville and it's part of a million dollar sweepstakes giveaway.

The HGTV Smart Home 2014 is an old-world English cottage-style exterior the smart home's cool and cutting-edge surprises begin upon entry.

The home boasts an extensive list of features that can be controlled from your smart phone or tablet including:

· House-wide TV's and audio
· Media projector and screen
· Lights, Thermostats
· Motorized beds, drapes, shades and mounts
· Smoke, Carbon Monoxide Detectors
· Security & Security Cameras
· Door Locks, Garage doors

The HGTV Smart Home 2014 achieved a TechHome Rating System (THRS) level of Gold from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). It's also a "Green Home" earning a coveted Silver Level certification from the National Green Building Standard™.

The HGTV Smart Home 2014 Giveaway opens for entries on April 15, 2014 and runs through June 9, 2014

Enter twice online per day — once on and once on — for your chance to win the luxuriously furnished high-tech HGTV Smart Home 2014, an English country home located in the Nashville, TN community of Duncanwood Reserve, plus an all-new Lincoln MKZ Hybrid and a $100,000 cash prize provided by Quicken Loans. The grand prize package is valued at over $1 million.

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