It’s your final chance to enter to win this magnificent home on the River Fowey. This Monday, May 1, the current Omaze Million Pound House Draw for Cornwall closes. This is your last chance to enter to win this £4.5 million riverside home on the south coast of Cornwall.
The most popular event ever is the contemporary mansion, which is the second to be held in the county. The Omaze Million Pound House Draw winner will receive the keys to a six-bedroom, three-story home with a view of the lovely Fowey Estuary. Additionally, the draw provides crucial funding to the Marie Curie charity for the dying.
The ideal home, which comes mortgage-free and with all stamp duty and legal fees paid, will be the largest house prize draw ever presented in the UK. The winner also receives £100,000 in cash to aid with their transition and is free to live there, rent it out, or sell it.
What Local real estate brokers predict?
Local real estate brokers predict that, if the winner decides to rent it out, the house might bring in up to £14,000 per week in peak season vacation rentals. The property offers breath-taking views of the estuary, adjacent Fowey’s architecture, and the surrounding Cornish countryside from one of the most sought-after waterfront positions in the nation.
Designed by the renowned architects Harrison Sutton, the property, which is partially furnished, is a stunning example of modern architecture. The use of glass means that the south-west facing estuary views are a significant feature throughout the house.
The property has been finished to an excellent degree
According to Omaze, the property has been finished to an excellent degree, and its layout has been painstakingly planned to give attractive, large areas that flow naturally from one space to another. Omaze has set a target of at least £500,000 and has pledged a minimum commitment of £100,000 toward it.
The house description states: “The bright and airy entrance hall welcomes you into the property, with an adjacent home office that provides panoramic estuary views thanks to the floor to ceiling windows on two sides of the room. The lucky winner will find it hard not to be inspired in this uniquely special workplace.”
“The main sitting room forms the heart of the home and gives incredible views across the estuary through floor to ceiling glass doors that lead onto one of the terraces. The serene space has superb proportions and a double-sided log fire, with a cinema and snug room complete with 85in TV on the other side, that also leads out to a west facing patio.”
“A state-of-the-art kitchen and breakfast room features a central island and glazed sliding doors on two sides that lead out onto a cantilevered balcony. In addition to the Smallbone units and Sub-Zero appliances, there are two dishwashers, a hot water tap and a Wolf cooker with a Teppanyaki cooker and griddle.”
A secondary kitchen pantry sits on the other side of the hallway
“A secondary kitchen pantry sits on the other side of the hallway, next to a stylish dining room with ample space for entertaining family and friends. A striking cantilevered staircase leads up to the first floor, where a large open landing leads to the main bedroom, which has glazed walls on two sides and some of the finest estuary views the property has to offer. In addition to a dressing area, there is a luxury en-suite bathroom with a walk in shower.”
“A ground floor bedroom with en-suite bathroom is accessed from the sitting room with exceptional estuary views. The bedroom also has access to the balcony in front of the sitting room. A secondary staircase leads from the sitting room to a guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom and access to a shared balcony. There are two further bedrooms with en-suite facilities on the first floor, all rooms are finished to an impeccable standard.”