Win a Home, South Africa’s favourite interior design reality TV competition is back for the fourth season brought to you by Private Property. Hosted by SABC3 talk show Afternoon Express viewers can watch Win a Home in its dedicated Friday time slot between 4 pm and 5 pm starting in July 2017 and stand in line to win a beautiful cluster home at Eye of Africa Golf and Residential Estate to the value of R3 million.
Amanda Graham of Habitat magazine will expertly guide Team Habitat in their quest to create their trendsetting home. You can read more about the razzling Abia and dazzling Bradley here. The contestants will also have the best products available at their fingertips. Plascon will be adding a splash of colour to the competition homes, and Caesarstone will supply their luxury engineered quartz surfaces.
The contestant Design Duos will be vying for two prizes. The first will be the Judges Choice Prize. The panel of expert judges will decide on a winning design duo who will receive a R100,000 cash prize. In addition, Win a Home viewers will once again be able to have their say and vote online for their favourite pair and favourite design. The team with the most accumulated votes at the end of the competition will win R20,000. If the judges and viewers are in agreement this means that one design duo could win both prizes – a total of R120,000!
If you’ve missed the first episode, you can watch it here:
However, it’s not just the Design Duos who stand a chance to win. One very lucky viewer will walk away with the Grand Prize of their choice of one of the three bedroom, two bathroom cluster homes, as completed and decorated by the Design Duos at Eye of Africa, to the value of R3 million. Certainly, it’s a case of one Afternoon Express viewer’s life changing forever!
For the best in home interiors tips and designer drama as well as indispensable real estate advice tune in to Win a Home on Afternoon Express, brought to you by Private Property, Fridays between 4 pm and 5 pm on SABC3.
Don’t forget to vote for your favourite home on the Private Property website.