A LUXURIOUS clifftop mansion in Devon worth £3 million is up for grabs in a raffle – with tickets starting at just £10.
The stunning five-bed pad is carved into the cliffs and elevated over the sandy beaches of North Devon – making it the perfect summer retreat.
It also comes complete with an infinity pool overlooking the beach, panoramic sea views and stylish, modern furnishings.
The outside is where the property truly shines, with a wide deck next to the pool for sunbathing, plus al fresco dining space for entertaining.
Meanwhile inside is just as idyllic, with each room flooded with light and taking full advantage of the floor-to-ceiling windows, offering spectacular views of the beach and surrounding countryside.
There’s an open-plan, fully kitted kitchen-dining area with sliding glass doors leading out to the pool area.
Plus, there’s room for the whole family with five double bedrooms, six bathrooms and two living areas – including a living room and a TV snug.
The dream house is situated within the picturesque Exmoor National Park, just 11 miles from the thriving markets and cosy country pubs of Barnstaple.
All stamp duty and legal fees are covered, and the lucky winner is free to either live in the house, rent it out or sell it.
To sweeten the deal, you'll also get £20,000 to help you get settled in.
The property is up for grabs in the latest Omaze Million Pound House Draw, with tickets starting at just £10 for 15 entries.
If you fancy your chances, £25 will bag you 40 entries, £50 will secure 85 chances of winning the dream home, or for £150 you’ll get 320 entries.
As well as making its grand prize winner an instant millionaire, the draw will also raise crucial funds for the NSPCC’s Childline.
This will be the fourth Omaze Million-Pound House Draw in the UK.
The first saw widower Ian Garrick win a million-pound house in Cheadle Hulme in a campaign that netted Teenage Cancer Trust £250,000.
The second draw saw housewife Marilyn Pratt win a stunning £3 million townhouse in London in a campaign that raised £1 million for the British Heart Foundation.
Entries for the third draw, to win a luxury Cotswolds home in aid of The Prince’s Trust, close at midnight on Saturday 29 May.
The clifftop mansion draw is backed by long-standing Childline ambassador Anton Du Beke and the service’s Founder and President, Dame Esther Rantzen.
“One lucky winner is guaranteed to waltz into an amazing new life with this dream home – whilst everyone that enters the draw is helping Childline give thousands of vulnerable children the support they need to dream of a brighter future," Anton said.
Dame Esther added: “Childline is a safe place for desperate children to turn to.
"Our counsellors are here to listen, to reassure, and to protect them. And for a child who has no one else to talk to, it can be life-changing – even life-saving.
“Children who were struggling before the pandemic are finding things even more difficult now – and so many don’t have anyone they can talk to at home.
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“We rely on generous donations and fundraising; that’s why the support of partners like Omaze is crucial in ensuring our dedicated volunteers and staff can continue to answer calls and online contacts from children who need our help.”
“We’re honoured to support the NSPCC’s Childline to help them reach a new audience to raise as much money as possible that will go to support their invaluable work helping vulnerable children across the UK," James Oakes SVP International at Omaze said.
Draw entries are now available. The draw is open until 26 September.