Are you feeling lucky?
HOWEVER, if luck isn’t in your favour, at least you know you have donated to a well-respected charity.
This year’s Cancer Council WA Ultimate Lifestyle Lottery is fast approaching.
The major prize is sure to have your mind running circles as you picture all the different ways you could spend the large wad of cash, and how you will adapt to your new lifestyle, living in Switch Homes’ three-bedroom, two bathroom masterpiece.
“Switch Homes is proud to be part of this year’s Ultimate Lottery, with our newest home design – The Soho in Claremont – as the major prize,” Switch Homes sales consultant Jeff Hitchins says.
“Conveniently located between the CBD, Swan River and iconic Cottesloe Beach, the must-haves for the ultimate lifestyle are at your doorstep.”
This spectacular home exudes luxury inside and out, with free-form living and dining areas that flawlessly flow into a spacious galley kitchen and large scullery.
“Dual bi-fold doors open onto separate courtyard spaces, while a study and drop zone make the ground floor perfect for entertaining family and friends,” Jeff says.
“Upstairs is equally luxurious, functional and spacious, featuring a generous and relaxing master suite, complemented with a hotel-style ensuite.
The two minor bedrooms are spacious, bothwith large robes and an additional sitting area,
making for the perfect retreat or space for kids to relax with friends.”
Additional to the grand prize is a mix of weekly prizes ranging from extravagant international trips to luxury cars, entertainment and home and lifestyle goods.
With only 60,000 tickets available and 4000 prizes to be won, there is a one-in-15 chance to win.
The Ultimate Lifestyle Lottery closes on Wednesday June 14 at 4pm and will be drawn on Wednesday June 28 at 11am at the Cancer Council WA head office in Subiaco. Winners of the lottery will be published online on Friday June 30, and all winners will be notified in writing.
Cancer Council Western Australia is the state’s leading independent cancer organisation, providing much-needed support to Western Australian families affected by cancer.
Source: Sunday Times HOME Magazine