This gorgeous home is the 2010 BC Children’s Lottery Home. This 7,000+ square foot home is located in the High Point Equestrian Estates. Surrounded by vistas of rolling hills in South Langley, the Country Estate comes fully furnished with six bedrooms (two masters with ensuites), mountain views, walk-in closet, theatre room, office, chef’s kitchen, spiral staircase, home gym and pool room.
Two backyard decks.
Walk-in closet and private deck off the master.
Loving that stove!
Now that my friends, is an island worthy of Gilligan and Mary-Ann.
So cozy and warm.
The dining room
Foyer with beautiful archway
The sitting room
Games room with pool table and bar.
If you win this dream home, you are given the choice of an Audi A5 or $50,000 cash. If that’s not enough, the house already comes with a cool $10,000 as the cherry on top. Which means if you chose the money over the car, you get a stunning home and $60,000 in your pocket. This prize is valued at $2.3 million.
Staircase and gym
Lower master bedroom
Lower master bathroom
If you win the grand prize you have to decide if you’ll take the country estate and cash/car valued at $2.3 million, a 28th-floor Vita condo in downtown Vancouver valued at $2.2 million or you can take $2 million in cold hard cash (no tax on that since it’s in Canada!) Choices, choices, I think I’d take the house since I already live in the area and can always use a six bedroom house for our two person living situation. I’ll just fill the rooms with all the fancy shoes I buy from my $60 grand additional prize.
The tickets aren’t cheap but knowing that it all goes to a really great cause makes shelling out the dough a little easier on the purse strings. The money raised goes towards the development of Child Health BC, an initiative of BC Children’s Hospital aimed at ensuring all BC children have access to the same high standard of care, no matter where in BC they live. Read more about it here.
So what would you choose if your ticket was pulled? Does the 2 mil in cash get your motor running or do you think you would rather have yourself a brand new home or apartment?