The latest giveaway from HGTV includes a coastal cottage in Portland, Maine, and $50,000 in cash.

The long-awaited giveaway is finally here! After the location was announced in August 2020, you can now enter to win twice daily between now and November 25. What is the prize, you ask? A beautifully and boldly renovated "Urban Oasis" located in the heart of Portland, Maine. LendingTree is adding a $50,000 cash gift to this grand prize valued at more than $650,000.

You're invited to enter online, and there's no purchase necessary. Everyday, you can enter up to two times: once on HGTV.com and once on TravelChannel.com for your chance to win HGTV Urban Oasis 2020. There is even an optional reminder service, so you don't forget to enter twice each day.

Watch the time lapse of the build and renovation:

About the Urban Oasis

The two-story home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms with bright, bold, and nautical touches throughout this comfortable cottage. 

Take a virtual tour via pictures. The front to the home boasts a charcoal gray exterior with an inviting front porch leading to a bright coral front door. Inside, the vaulted entry walls are wallpapered with bright coral and white stripes. 

The casual living room, with sage green walls and a sectional sofa, is the perfect spot for reading, chatting, or watching HGTV. The kitchen and breakfast nook both have durable high-gloss floors connecting the two areas. A vintage card catalog separates the areas with trendy and rustic design and functionality. 

A large dining table, with impeccably mismatched chairs, bring residents and visitors to one central gathering area in the kitchen. Stainless, high-end appliances complement the sleek storage throughout the kitchen.

Bedrooms are rich with luxury and storage space. One bedroom is currently designed as a work studio, a perfect breeding ground for creativity. 

The floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows bring in plenty of light from the side entry. Energy efficiency is a focus of the solar powered fresh air skylights in the laundry room. The backyard adds two levels of outdoor living space. 

With mixed reviews on HGTV's Facebook page, Urban Oasis 2020 is already receiving quite a bit of attention. 

"I entered and am crossing my fingers! Way to go HGTV... Beautiful home and detail! 🐟 ⛵️" (Tammy)

"Sorry, not a house belonging to Maine. Outside is very dark. Inside looks like an advertisement for a paint store." (Nancy)

"It's a beautiful home. The Interior Designer is awesome. I watched the tour this morning. The art room, the colorful room had my name written all on it. That is so me. As beautiful as this house is, I don't need it. Whoever wins, enjoy your beautiful home." (Sharon)

Designed by Brian Patrick Flynn

As shared by HGTV, "Brian Patrick Flynn is an American television producer turned interior designer. After years writing, producing and directing news programs and home improvement shows, Flynn tried his own hand at residential interiors, quickly earning the respect of his peers and shelter magazine editors. Brian combined his design and decorating skills with his television production experience to create FlynnsideOut Productions, a full service production company specializing in lifestyle-related content."

Fine Print

Of, course there's fine print. But it's pretty simple. Here's the scoop from the HGTV site:

"NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C., age 21 or older. Void where prohibited. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. Sweepstakes starts at 9:00 a.m. on October 5, 2020 and ends at 5:00 p.m. on November 25, 2020. For full official rules, prize disclosures, and to enter, visit www.hgtv.com."

Past HGTV Giveaways

HGTV has been giving away dream homes since 1997. The main annual sweepstakes include: Urban Oasis (nestled in the heart of a beloved city), Dream Home (valued at more than $1 million), and Smart Home (sporting all the latest tech features). Want to catch up? You can still take virtual tours of the HGTV Dream Homes over the past two decades

What is your favorite room design in HGTV Urban Oasis 2020? Let us know in the comments below.