A luxury £3.5m six-bedroom Cotswolds mansion complete with its own sauna, gym, cinema room and tennis court is up for grabs in a prize draw for just £10.
The 10,000sq ft property is being offered to a lucky winner of the Omaze Million Pound House Draw with just under two acres of outdoor space, complete with a pond, waterfall and private woodland.
The six-bedroom house includes a state-of-the-art kitchen, heated outdoor pool, a sauna, gym, cinema room, tennis court, a walk in closed and en suite bathrooms.
Set near the nature reserve Leckhampton Hill and Charlton Kings Common in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is surrounded by glorious countryside.
Luxurious £3.5M home with sauna, cinema and tennis court could be yours for just £10. The grand prize is the latest Omaze Million Pound House Draw in the UK, offering the stunning 10,000sq ft property in the idyllic Cotswolds countryside to one lucky winner
The six-bedroom house comes with heated outdoor pool, a sauna, gym, cinema room and tennis court. Here you can see how deck chairs decorate the pool which is easily accessed from the ground floor of the property and several patio doors
The property is surrounded by glorious countryside, with the nature reserve Leckhampton Hill and Charlton Kings Common in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just a stone’s throw away
Designed with the Cotswolds topography in mind, the mansion has been built using local stone and timber to ensure it sits well within the local environment.
The mansion worth an estimate £3.5m comes fully furnished, mortgage free and all stamp duty and legal fees are covered.
The winner is also given £50,000 cash to help them settle in, and is free to either live in the house, rent it out or sell it.
If the winner decides to use the house for holiday and long-term letting, estate agents estimate that the average monthly rental income is between £12,000 and £15,000.
The tennis court, surrounded by trees, can be accessed easily by walking out of the property is perfect for practicing your swing for the Australian and US Open that also have hard courts for their grand slams
The pool has a BBQ grill nearby for summer parties, plenty of space to relax on deck chairs or for guests to move around and the pool tiles are surrounded by lovely greenery from pretty plants
At night the lights outside can come on and you can still swim, or lie on the deck chairs on a warm summer night
The home cinema room is just off the kitchen for easy access and features two comfy chairs for private viewing on a large screen
Logs, stored for a wood fire inside the property, look out at the pool on the ground floor. The stairs lead to the first floor and are complete with a glass bannisters and wooden steps
In this sitting room, a couch sits in front of the set back TV, two coffee tables are places in the centre of the room and shelves provide storage space. A luxurious home worth A log fire sits surrounded by a wooden table, cushioned white chairs, a white couch with green pillows, plants and shelves . You can also look out at the breathtaking Costwolds views
In the dining room the wooden chairs, with white cushions, dot a long wooden table where wooden caged lights overhang. The kitchen has an island in the middle for breakfast dining, a wine rack, fridges, oven and plenty of space for storage
The kitchen is also complete with a bar area from which you can serve cocktails, champagne, beers and make a martini
As well as making its grand prize winner a multi-millionaire, the draw will also support the RSPCA – with Omaze giving the charity a minimum donation of £100,000 and a target raise of £500,000.
Chris Sherwood, the RSPCA’s Chief Executive, said: ‘We are absolutely delighted to be partnering with Omaze on the Million Pound House Draw.
‘This incredible support will be vital in ensuring we continue to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals across England and Wales.’
James Oakes SVP International at Omaze said: ‘We’re honoured to be helping the RSPCA raise money and awareness for the incredible work they do to help animals across the country.
‘By offering this dream property in the Cotswolds, we’re not only giving people the chance to win an amazing house, but also raising money and introducing charities to brand new audiences. We’re proud that our method of fundraising has already raised £3,750,000 for six charities since we launched in the UK in 2020.’
Bedrooms are located on the lower ground floor and on the first floor. This one, left, is complete with not just a bed, floor and wall decorations but also a lovely patio where you can relax in the garden or have a morning coffee. Other bigger rooms, right, have space for these white cushioned chairs, side tables, a double beds and wooden tables
The private gym on the lower ground floor shows an exercise bike, a rowing machine, weights to lift and a bar to press yourself up on. There is also decking where you can look out at stunning views and take a breather
The wood-panelled sauna is set on the lower ground floor, not far from the gym so you can steam yourself before or after your workout. Sauna’s are known to be great places to unwind, relax and remove toxins, cleanse your skin and help with weight loss
The outside patio and dining area looks out at trees and has a wooden table with bench chairs on wooden decking. If the winner decides to use the house for holiday and long-term letting, estate agents estimate that the average monthly rental income is between £12,000 and £15,000
There is just under two acres of outdoor space, complete with a pond, waterfall and private woodland. If the winner has children, the house is in a prime location for school catchment areas, boasting Cheltenham College and Ladies College nearby
If the winner has children, the house is in a prime location for school catchment areas, boasting Cheltenham College and Ladies College nearby.
The draw closes on 5 June 2022 for online entries and 7 June for postal entries. Online entries cost £10 for 15, £25 for 40, £50 for 85, £150 for 320 or you can enter by post with no purchase necessary.
The previous house draw – the seventh in the campaign so far – is a six-bedroom, £3 million house in the Lake District, raising funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK, which closes on 27 March.
You can enter the Omaze draw here .