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Stunning Lakeside Mansion Is Selling For £10

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Stunning Lakeside Mansion Is Selling For £10

You could bag yourself a £3 million mansion overlooking Lake Windermere, for as little as £10.

The stunning property, located in the Lake District, is part of the Omaze Million Pound House Draw draw in the UK, and will see one lucky winner become its new owner in 2022.

Just look at those views...

It could be yours for as little as £10 (Credit: Jam Press)
It could be yours for as little as £10 (Credit: Jam Press)
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The six bedroom house is fully furnished, boasting a terrace with breathtaking views, cosy log fires, a cinema room, sauna, steam room, state-of-the-art gym, staggered gardens, and a workshop.

All stamp duty and legal fees are covered, and the lucky winner will also be given £20,000 in cash to spend as they like.

While we'd be packing our bags and moving straight in asap, the mansion could also be used as a holiday let, with estate agents estimating that the average weekly rental income is between £6,000 and £8,000, rising to £12,000 during the high season.

You could even sell the property, and become a millionaire over night!

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The six bedroom house is fully furnished (Credit: Jam Press)
The six bedroom house is fully furnished (Credit: Jam Press)

Entering the Omaze draw is also for a good cause, providing Alzheimer’s Research UK a guaranteed minimum donation of £100,000, with a target raise of £500,000.

Online entries cost £10 for 15, £25 for 40, £50 for 85, £150 for 320 or you can enter by post for free.

Previous Omaze winners include Ian Garrick who won a £1 million home in Cheadle Hulme in a campaign that helped to raise £250,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust.

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The second saw Marilyn Pratt win a stunning £3 million townhouse in Fulham, in a campaign raising £1 million for the British Heart Foundation.

Meanwhile, the third campaign raised £500,000 for The Prince’s Trust with Darren Wordon, an IT consultant from Bath winning a stunning £2.5 million seven-bedroom property in the Cotswolds.

It even has a sauna (Credit: Jam Press)
It even has a sauna (Credit: Jam Press)

Actor Stephen Tompkinson is supporting Omaze with the draw after his own father suffered from Alzheimer's

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He said: “I first got involved with Alzheimer’s Research UK when my father got Alzheimer’s and eventually died from it.

"I reached out to the charity to see if there was anything I could do to help, so we can find a way to help stop this disease and eventually cure it completely.

"One in three people today will develop dementia in their lifetime. The work that Alzheimer’s Research UK does is incredible.

“By entering the Omaze Million Pound House Draw, people will be helping the charity continue its work towards eradicating this disease forever – and on top of that, someone is guaranteed to win this amazing new house!”

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Online entries start at £10 (Credit: Jam Press)
Online entries start at £10 (Credit: Jam Press)

Meanwhile Hilary Evans, Alzheimer’s Research UK’s Chief Executive, said: “This past year proves, more than any other, the value of investing in science and medical research, and what can be achieved with collective focus and collaboration.

"Just like science is our route out of the pandemic, science is our route to overcoming dementia and we know that research will bring us closer to finding much-needed preventions and treatments for dementia.

“We’re so pleased to be partnering with Omaze on the Million Pound House Draw. We hope to raise as much money as possible to continue our vital work for those affected by dementia and restore hope for future generations to come.”

You can enter here until 27 March 2022 for online entries and 29 March 2022 for postal entries.

Featured Image Credit: Jam Press

Topics: Life, Home

Lucy Devine
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