An incredible £3.5 million mega mansion complete with a lift and three-car garage is up for grabs for just £10 – with Ronan Keating dubbing it his “dream home”.
The stunning home is nestled just 10 minutes away from the legendary Ascot racecourse, and comes with all the pomp and pageantry you’d expect from a day at the races.
But if you think this kind of luxury is out of the realms of possibility, think again, as the the thing is part of a raffle where tickets start at just £10.
The towering five-bedroom property comes complete with luxury finishes including an orangery and a lift, giving any visitors the VIP experience just by stepping through the doors.
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The white stucco new build has a vast pillared entrance porch, inviting visitors into the spacious entrance hall complete with a fireplace.
With high coffered ceilings throughout, the property offers four large bedroom suites plus a fifth bedroom or possible sitting room.
It also boasts also a staircase hall, drawing room, an upstairs kitchen, a kitchen orangery, utility room, two cloakrooms, a lift and a three-car garage.
While it looks as though the stunning property should come with a steep price tag, tickets for the draw start at just £10 for 15 entries.
The incredible prize is part of the Million Pound House Draw fundraising campaign by Omaze and will aid Cancer Research UK – which Ronan has been a long-standing ambassador of.
In a video interview where he called the property his “dream home”, Ronan said: “The house that’s up for grabs is in Ascot – it’s incredible, what a place, I’ve been lucky enough to go there.”
The singer also treated fans to a few juicy tidbits about Boyzone, even opening up about the “rivalry” between him and pal Gary Barlow, when they started “counting the Brits”.
Ronan revealed he has an upcoming tour and still keeps in touch with his Boyzone bandmates with an ever-changing WhatsApp group chat.
But fans hoping for a reunion will be disappointed.
He added: “There’s plans for another Boyzone WhatsApp group – but no reunion!”
Given its location, the house is also the perfect spot for those who enjoy going to the races or fancy celebrity spotting.
Despite being a celebrity in his own right, Ronan has tried to get a photo with someone even more famous, the Queen.
While in Ascot, he says he spotted the Queen and tried to take a selfie – before promptly having his phone taken away by security.
The campaign will see Omaze give the charity a minimum guaranteed donation of £100,000.
“Our life-saving work relies on the generosity of our supporters,” Michelle Mitchell, Cancer Research UK’s chief executive, said.
“Thanks to them, our research has been at the heart of the progress that has seen survival in the UK double in the last 40 years.
“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 cancer, who have never needed us more.”
This will be the fifth Omaze Million Pound House Draw in the UK, with the first seeing widower Ian Garrick win a million-pound house in Cheadle Hulme.
That campaign netted the Teenage Cancer Trust £250,000, with Omaze committing a minimum of £1 million to the charity over the next three years.
The second draw saw housewife Marilyn Pratt win a stunning £3 million townhouse in London’s leafy Fulham in a campaign that raised £1 million for the British Heart Foundation.
The third saw Darren Wordon, an IT consultant from Bath, win a stunning £2.5 million seven-bedroom property in the Cotswolds countryside – with the campaign raising £500,000 for The Prince’s Trust.
Online entries for the fourth and fifth Omaze Million Pound House Draws are also currently live.
To enter the draw for the Ascot home, entries close on 30 January 2022.