JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- HGTV is building a smart home in Jacksonville Beach to give away.
The network has been building grandiose homes for more than a decade and giving them away through a sweepstakes.
Construction on the 2,400-square-foot, three-bedroom and three-bath home is expected to begin in the next 10 days. The Florida Times-Union reports that the home should be completed by January. A production team will begin filming after that.
The home's value has not been determined yet. Last year's house outside Atlanta had an estimated value of $800,000.
The network includes cash in its giveaways to help the winners cover the income and property taxes on their prizes.