You can own the HGTV 'Smart Home' in Scottsdale because it has been put up for sale

Posted at 3:23 PM, Sep 27, 2017

That did not last long.

Two months after a Wisconsin teacher won HGTV's 2017 "Smart Home" sweepstakes -- and the luxurious 3,300-square-foot home in Scottsdale that came with it -- it has been put up for sale.

The listing price: $1,250,000

The home has three bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, an indoor wet bar, outdoor pool and a three-car garage. The bathtub and shower both have technological components where profiles can be created to remember a user's water temperature settings.

HOME TOUR: Take a look inside the 2017 HGTV 'Smart Home' in Scottsdale

The home was listed two weeks ago with The Jason Mitchell Group, confirmed Heather Baldwin, director of marketing for the real-estate group.

She said via email that there has been "a lot of interest" but the house -- designed by HGTV designer and personality, Tiffany Brooks -- is still available.

It's also worth noting that the house is being sold unfurnished. The winner of the HGTV contest received the house fully-furnished, a new vehicle and $100,000.

It is located in a gated neighborhood in North Scottsdale, near Cave Creek.