St. Cloud Home Crowned Ugliest in Northern Region on HGTV Show

Retta visited three homes in the Northern Region, including two in Wisconsin and one in Minnesota, on HGTV's "Ugliest House in America." The St. Cloud, Minnesota home was crowned the ugliest in the region and will compete in the national finale for a complete renovation.

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St. Cloud Home Crowned Ugliest in Northern Region on HGTV Show

St. Cloud Home Crowned Ugliest in Northern Region on HGTV Show

In the latest episode of HGTV's "Ugliest House in America," host Retta visited three homes in the Northern Region, including two in Wisconsin and one in Minnesota. The episode, titled "A Northern Kind of Ugly," aired on May 6 and featured Retta searching for the ugliest house in the region.

The two Wisconsin homes showcased in the episode were located in Hartland and Lake Geneva, while the third contender was a home in St. Cloud, Minnesota. After thoroughly exploring each property and assessing their unsightly features, Retta ultimately crowned the St. Cloud home as the ugliest in the Northern Region.

While Wisconsin is renowned for its stunning architecture, including the iconic designs of Frank Lloyd Wright and the grand mansions along Lake Drive, the state also has its fair share ofunattractive homes. The inclusion of two Wisconsin properties in this episode of "Ugliest House in America" highlights that even in a state known for its beauty, there are still some homes that fall short in the aesthetics department.

The victory of the St. Cloud home in the Northern Region competition sets the stage for its entry into the national finale of "Ugliest House in America." The home will now face off against the winners from other regions across the country, all vying for the title of the nation's ugliest house and the opportunity for a complete home renovation.

As the competition progresses, viewers will be treated to a closer look at the unique and often shocking design choices that earned these homes their spot in the running for the ugliest house in America. The show promises to be a fascinating exploration of the subjectivity of beauty and the potential for transformation, even in the most aesthetically challenged homes.