If they havent found the new Dream home location may i suggest Piegon Forge,the home of Dollywood amusment park and other attraction,+ the Wilderness in the smokies thier is lots to do year round from waterparks and lakes in the summer, camping hiking bike riding skiing in the winter big citys Atlanta 3hours away UT hour drive Bristol speedway 2hour drive and the most important reason THE MOUNTAINS
Posts: 4 | Location: tennessee | Registered: Dec 27, 2009
I would love to see either a lake home property in Wisconsin, or a horse property in Kentucky or Tennessee. I also enjoy seeing natural elements used as well as energy efficient building methods. Can't wait until the location is announced!
I think a rustic home on a lake in the north-western part of michigan like traverse city, suttons bay or petoskey would be awesome for the 2014 location! There is a lot of little towns in that area with beautiful views and there is so many outdoor family activities that are available (canoeing,beaches,restraunts, cafes, shopping, hiking, fishing) Also instead of a car a watercraft like a Jetski would be cool! Just an Idea. This message has been edited. Last edited by: Erin1993,
I agree with Erin1993. I'm a Michigander and I really love vacationing in the Traverse City, Petoskey, and/or Sleeping Bear Dunes areas. I think a dream home built in one of these locations would be fabulous and could be used as a permanent or vacation home year around! Michigan has so much to offer, with Lake Michigan during summer months for entertainment as well as many other summer festivities, we also can offer winter sports during the cold seasons and lets not forget breath taking tours of the gorgeous fall foliage! You cant get views of fall foliage like ours in southern/eastern or western states! Michigan has so much fun to offer, year around! Something different to experience each time! Pure Michigan.
I would love to see the next Dream Home in Newport, RI which was voted as one of the top five "Happiest Seaside Towns - 2013" by Coastal Living. Newport is best known for yachting, mansions and its rich history of American aristocracy but there is so much more to the beautiful harbor town than the summer playground to the wealthy. Newport has a a boisterous night life, amazing restaurants, beautiful beaches and surf culture. It is steeped in history and many of its buildings date back to Revolutionary times. There are a great number of events going on all year including the famous Newport Folk Festival, Jazz Festival and all the Wharf festivals throughout the year. There are activities for everyone; golfing, hiking, fishing, boating/sailing, shopping, etc.