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You could win HGTV's 'Urban Oasis' home in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS — Starting Friday, Oct. 1 you can enter to win the "The HGTV Urban Oasis" right here in Indianapolis.

It's a one-story, 1,350 square foot property that features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms.

Inside, you'll find decor inspired by the '80s.

The house has undergone a six-month renovation by Indianapolis contractor Bespoke Construction that started in January 2021.

The winner will receive the fully furnished home and $50,000 from LendingTree. That's a total prize package worth more than $600,000.

You can enter up to twice a day here until Nov. 22.

The one-hour special, "HGTV Urban Oasis 2021," aired Wednesday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. on HGTV.

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HGTV's 2021 Urban Oasis home is here! And PEOPLE can exclusively reveal the stunning new property, located in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Coming in at just 1,350 square feet with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, the HGTV Urban Oasis 2021 is a newly built, cottage-style home designed by celebrity interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.

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Flynn, who also has a new show on Chip and Joanna Gaines's Magnolia Network, was inspired by 1980s design styles when decorating the home, a choice that comes across in the colors, patterns and accents he uses throughout.

"This year's HGTV Urban Oasis offers the best of both worlds, providing access to a thriving city while maintaining a Midwestern charm," Flynn said in a press release. "The modern homeowner was at the forefront of this design, as we built a smart floor plan with indoor and outdoor living that will allow for a lifestyle that includes shopping locally, eating sustainably and achieving harmony through home life." 

While HGTV's annual Dream Home and Smart Home giveaways offer up properties in a variety of settings, the Urban Oasis is meant to highlight a bustling city.

Indianapolis was chosen for it culinary and cultural scene that still embraces the "midwestern hospitality" the area is known for, according to HGTV. Famous for its theater district, race car driving and being host to the largest children's museum in the world, Indianapolis has something for everyone, and the 2021 Urban Oasis is designed to be a place to come back to and relax at the end of a busy day in the city. 

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Some of the home's most notable features are its state-of-the-art kitchen with counter seating, a cozy living room with a brick fireplace, a guest bedroom that doubles as an office, an outdoor dining space and a fully furnished garage, perfect for a party.

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"The HGTV Urban Oasis is a unique opportunity for us to showcase the beauty and functionality of city living to all of our viewers across the country," said Jane Latman, the president of HGTV. "With every HGTV Home Giveaway, millions of fans look to us for inspiration, not only from the design and build, but also the location of the home, and this is a great time to highlight Indianapolis, one of America's great Midwestern cities."

The Indiana property will be the 12th "Urban Oasis" HGTV gives away. The franchise started in 2010 with a property in New York City. Last year, the Urban Oasis home was located in Portland, Maine. 

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This will be the seventh year in a row that Flynn has taken the reins as the interior designer for the project, and he will be the host of the HGTV Urban Oasis Special that will air on the network in October. The home itself was constructed by local builders Bespoke Construction.

And the winner doesn't just get the house. This year's grand prize package is valued at over $600,000, and one lucky entrant will receive the keys to the fully-furnished residence as well as $50,000 from LendingTree.

The sweepstakes will run from 9 a.m. ET on Friday, October 1 to 5 p.m. ET on Monday, November 22, and hopeful homeowners will be able to enter twice per day on the channel's website.

Tune in on Wednesday, October 6 at 7 p.m. ET for the one-hour HGTV Urban Oasis Special 2021, or stream it on discovery+ beginning Thursday, October 7. 

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Could you imagine winning a house? Better yet, could you imagine winning a fully furnished house by a famous designer? If you're having trouble wrapping your head around this, let us explain. Each year, HGTV, the television network behind all of your favorite home reno shows, like Flip or Flopand Home Town, hosts three extravagant sweepstakes where the grand prize is an entirely new home.

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The three sweepstakes are the Smart Home, Dream Home, and Urban Oasis sweepstakes. While the Smart Home and Dream Home winners have already been named for 2021, the Urban Oasis sweepstakes is currently open and accepting entries. Looking to win a gorgeous new home? Here's everything we know about HGTV's 2021 Urban Oasis Home, including information on how to enter.

HGTV Urban Oasis Home front yard in Indianapolis, Ind.
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The winner of the HGTV Urban Oasis Sweepstakes will receive the Indianapolis home pictured above, as well as $50,000.

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Where Is the HGTV Urban Oasis Home?

On Oct. 1, 2021, the sweepstakes for HGTV's 2021 Urban Oasis Home officially opened. This year's home, which is located in Indianapolis, Ind., was designed by Brian Patrick Flynn, who has been the creative mastermind behind a handful of past Urban Oasis and Dream Home sweepstakes homes. The winner of this year's Urban Oasis sweepstakes will receive the brand new, fully furnished home, as well as $50,000 from LendingTree. The prize package is valued at over $600,000.

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"This year’s HGTV Urban Oasis offers the best of both worlds, providing access to a thriving city while maintaining a midwestern charm," Brian said in a statement to HGTV. "The modern homeowner was at the forefront of this design, as we built a smart floor plan with indoor and outdoor living that will allow for a lifestyle that includes shopping locally, eating sustainably and achieving harmony through home life," he continued.

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This bold yet cozy one-story cottage sits across 1,350 square feet and has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. Inside, the interiors boast a 1980s-inspired style that incorporates blush and mauve tones, with nods to the decade with accents throughout.

For families who love cooking, the spacious kitchen offers ample counter space as well as new, state-of-the-art appliances. There is also a separate dining room.

HGTV Urban Oasis bedroom

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The main bedroom suite blends neutral tones and grays to create a relaxing and soothing oasis. Plus, its en-suite bathroom is adorned with a unique art gallery over the tub.

The home's other two bedrooms are designated as guest rooms. However, there is an office space located inside of one of them, which is perfect for families who work remotely. Other highlights of the home include a furnished garage, a charming outdoor dining space, a living room with a brick fireplace, and more.

HGTV Urban Oasis Home 2021 outdoor space

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You can enter to win HGTV's Urban Oasis Home twice daily until Nov. 22, 2021.

From Oct. 1, 2021, to Nov. 22, 2021, those interested can enter twice daily on As always, no is purchase necessary. To learn more about the home, you can follow along on HGTV's Instagram, as well as tour it here.

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How Broad Ripple's vibe was reflected in the design of HGTV's 'Urban Oasis' home

HGTV's Urban Oasis home in Broad Ripple isn't what most Indianapolis-area residents would expect.

When you first see the home's forest green exteriors, you might not guess it has bright mustard living room walls, contrasted by a crisp white fireplace. 

Or when you stroll through the home's main living spaces and soak in the blush tones, you might be taken aback by the 40-inch retro disco ball gracing the dining room.

And then there's the drama in the guest bathroom, monochromatic black, from the tiles and floors to the bathtub.

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"The whole idea was to really capture that super carefree, happy, supportive vibe that you see in Broad Ripple," said Brian Patrick Flynn, the Atlanta-based HGTV interior designer behind the house.

Each year, HGTV's "Urban Oasis" contest gives away a remodeled, fully furnished home to one lucky winner, with the purpose of highlighting the “beauty and functionality of city living." Previous locations have included Asheville, North Carolina, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Portland, Maine. HGTV is accepting entries to win this year's house until Nov. 22.

The home's reconstruction and remodeling began in Dec. 2020, but Flynn truly immersed himself in Broad Ripple over the summer, spending about six weeks getting to know the area and playing "Queen's Gambit."

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That’s how Flynn describes his creative process, akin to the Netflix show’s protagonist, Beth Harmon, and her imaginative chess strategizing — looking up at the ceiling and watching pieces on a chess board. For Flynn, interior designing a home can be just as three-dimensional and dream-like.

Brian Patrick Flynn has designed several homes, both for HGTV Urban Oasis and HGTV Dream Home.

“You know, when all of a sudden her mind gets into that zone and you see the animation go in her brain? That is exactly how it works with me,” Flynn said. “I walk into a room, I immediately know where windows should be, where the door (should) be, where the light should access the room.”

He knew right away when he first walked into the Broad Ripple house last year that it should be more in the "funky world."

He notes this last year "was not the best year," so he wanted to do something fun and funky with the home, he says, turning to the "sexy modernism" of the late '70s, early '80s and '90s.

"I just kept thinking about like, what would be hip and what would be young and what would be fun, that would fit like the millennials and the Gen Xers who live in the neighborhood," Flynn said. "And also have a little bit of a nostalgic feel for people of my parents' generation, the baby boomers, to be like 'Oh, I remember that. I loved that."

And while he is a fan of risky design choices and complex color schemes — he uses the analogy of the unused colors in his crayon box growing up —​​ those bold creative decisions came with the potential homeowners and nearby community in mind.

"I try to think of things that would be cohesive to get together but would appeal to all different types of walks of life," Flynn said, noting how the home's bolder elements are balanced out with neutral, calmer aspects, including bleached white oak flooring and "very classic and simple" kitchen cabinetry.

Though the home is being highlighted on the national stage, there are Hoosier touches throughout, both in design elements and art.

Bespoke Construction, an Indianapolis-based company, led the remodeling of the home. Flynn commissioned Iron Timbers, a woodworking company in southern Indiana, to make a custom cocktail table for the back porch. A Carmel artist, Nathasa Rae, was hired to make warrior pen drawings near the dining area. 

"I just thought of Broad Ripple as being super inclusive and also being something that just had like a really cool ...  almost like a sexy street vibe," Flynn said. "I want people to walk into the house and see themselves entertaining friends there and also kind of pushing the envelope and feeling a little fashion forward."

Contact Rashika Jaipuriar at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter @rashikajpr.

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