A glamorous three-storey mansion in Marbella valued at £2 million is going to one lucky new tenant for as little as £10.
The luxury 12,000 sq ft home has four bedrooms, a 50-metre swimming pool, and a rooftop solarium that boasts stunning views of both the Mediterranean Sea and the Sierra Blanca mountain range.
Not only that, but the villa features floor-to-ceiling windows in the open-plan living space, an enormous built-in fireplace, and a state-of-the-art kitchen with a granite breakfast bar, stainless steel units, and brand new Siemens equipment.
Sounds like a no-brainer!
From the living room, glass sliding doors seamlessly connect to the garden, where the new tenant will find their large swimming pool surrounded by terraces and sun lounge areas - as well as a plunge pool to cool down in after topping up your tan.
The master bedroom comes with its own balcony, a walk-in wardrobe, and a luxury en-suite, complete with a bath and a rainfall shower. The other guest bedrooms also come with their own en-suite bathrooms. So, what's the catch?
The stunning Spanish home is up for grabs - alongside a bonus £250,000 cash prize - as part of fundraising platform Omaze’s first ever Million Pound House Superdraw.
The Superdraw will support Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) – with the funds raised helping TCT to fund specialist nurses, youth support teams and hospital units within the NHS making sure cancer doesn’t stop young people living their lives.
A previous partnership between TCT and Omaze netted the charity £250,000. For this year's campaign, Omaze have already guaranteed a minimum donation of £100,000.
The person lucky enough to walk away with the Marbella villa will be free to move in, rent it out, or sell it. If the winner does decide to rent, local estate agents estimate that the property could achieve more than £100,000 a year from rentals.
The draw is backed by Olympic Champion Diver and Teenage Cancer Trust Ambassador, Matty Lee MBE, who recently won gold at this year’s Commonwealth games.
Commenting on the draw, Matty said: “Everyone who enters is contributing towards this vital cause – and of course someone is guaranteed to win the dream holiday villa too! I really hope that lots of people can support this brilliant campaign.”
Meanwhile, the Teenage Cancer Trust's Director of Fundraising Paul McKenzie stated: “We are so grateful to Omaze for their continued support for teens and young adults with cancer, because to put it simply, without the generosity of the public and partners like Omaze, nothing we do would be possible.”]Draw entries for the Omaze Million Pound House Superdraw, Marbella are available now at www.omaze.co.uk, where 15 entries costs £10.
The Superdraw closes on Sunday 20 November 2022 for online entries and Tuesday 22 November, 2022 for postal entries.