A luxury retreat in Somerset worth £3million with £100,000 cash could be yours for just a £10 raffle ticket.
The lucky winner of the Omaze Million Pound House Draw will receive a six-bedroom renovated home set within ‘acres of mature woodlands, an orchard and rolling fields’.
Its new owner would have the choice of either living in the idyllic house or selling the property to become multi-millionaires.
Local estate agents also estimate the home could fetch between £6,000 and £8,000 in rent per month.
The competition is backed by Gavin and Stacey star Joanna Page, and a minimum of £1million of its proceeds will go to charity RSPCA.
A luxury retreat in Somerset worth £3million with £100,000 cash could be yours for just a £10 raffle ticket
The 3,850 sq ft six-bedroom home is the jackpot prize in this year’s Omaze Million Pound House Draw
One lucky winner will receive the renovated home surrounded by ‘acres of mature woodlands, an orchard and rolling fields’
The new owner would have the choice of either living in the luxury house or becoming a multi-millionaire by putting it for sale
Local estate agents also believe the spacious property could fetch a rent between £6,000 and £8,000 per month
The competition is being backed by Gavin and Stacey star and RSPCA ambassador Joanna Page
Included within the 3,850sq ft of living space are several entertaining spaces, a Tom Howley- designed kitchen with ‘American-sized’ fridge and freezers, and a triple garage.
The house, which is eight miles outside Bath, also boasts a large reception hall, underfloor heating and a spacious living room with a double-sided log burner.
There’s also a fruit garden, a potting shed, greenhouse, as well as another garden watered from a private well.
Aside from the jackpot retreat, ticketholders will be in with a chance to win another £250,000 in cash prizes.
Actress Ms Page, who is an ambassador for the RSPCA, said: ‘The house is just so beautiful. I love the incredible kitchen, the grounds and garden, spacious living areas and great views.’
She added in a promotional video that she was pleased the charity had teamed up with Omaze again, after its first partnership last year raised £1million.
‘I’m incredibly pleased to be supporting the RSPCA, a charity that has been close to my heart for a long time.
‘The RSPCA has been rescuing animals from neglect and cruelty for nearly 200 years and still continues to work hard to improve the lives of animals every single day.
‘This is why the Omaze partnership is so important as the money raised will help the RSPCA to continue their vital work rescuing and rehabilitating over 100,000 animals in need each year.’
The property also has a fruit garden, a potting shed, greenhouse, as well as another garden watered from a private well
The house, which is eight miles outside Bath, also boasts a large reception hall, underfloor heating and a spacious living room with a double-sided log burner
Also included is a Tom Howley- designed kitchen with ‘American-sized’ fridge and freezers
James Oakes, Chief International Officer at Omaze, said: ‘We’re delighted to be partnering with the RSPCA again for our latest house draw in Somerset.
‘By offering this magnificent property, along with £100,000 in cash, we’re giving people the chance to live mortgage and rent free for the rest of their life – as well as raising money for charities whilst introducing them to brand new audiences that they otherwise wouldn’t reach.
‘We’re tremendously proud that the Omaze community has already raised £22,250,000 for good causes across the UK.’
The competition closes on December 10, and December 12 for postal entrants.
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