Omaze The Ascot House Review
A £3.5million property in Ascot could be yours if you become the next Omaze UK property prize draw winner. This stunning five bedroom property is being offered to help raise funds for Cancer Research UK.
Launched: 2nd September 2021 Closes: 30th January 2022
Location: Ascot, SL5
House Value: £3500000 (5 Bedrooms)
Ticket Price: £10.00 (Free Entry Available)
Tickets Sold: Unknown
Here we go again with Omaze! Not content with creating house winners and offering amazing homes in Devon and Wimbledon they're now adding this amazing looking home in Ascot as a prize in another competition. It looks stunning and is valued at just over £3.5million! The actual location isn't given by Omaze but we expect that one of our amazing users will soon track down where the house can be found. If you do have any information about the location then do feel free to pop the details in the comments below.
The home boasts "5 bedrooms, four bathrooms, two living areas, an open-plan fully-fitted kitchen and an incredible garden". A floor plan, gallery and virtual tour of the three floors can be found on the website. It's not known whether the house comes furnished but Omaze are "throwing in £20,000 to help you get settled in". You'll need it too as it'll probably cost that much to keep the garden pristine. OK we're kidding but this isn't going to be a cheap house to run. The good news is that there’s no mortgage, no stamp duty or conveyancing to pay. We'd love to live there but you might prefer to rent it out if you're the winner. In that case you'd be looking at a mere the £12,500 per month rental income!
How To Enter The Competition
Tickets for the competition cost £10 for 15 entries. Unfortunately you can't purchase less than £10 worth of tickets. Other ticket packages cost £25 (40 entries), £50 (85 entries) and £150 (320 entries). For a free entry you can send a postcard or envelope to the address given on the website. This is worth doing as "once a postal entry has been processed it will be entered in to the next available draw and all subsequent draws until the final Grand Prize drawing". Confusingly the terms state you can make one entry via the free entry route and then says that there is "no limit to the number of entries" made that way!
As we mentioned in the other competitions, we think that it's worth entering this Omaze competition as the prize is guaranteed even if not enough tickets are sold. This means there will be a home winner and no competition extensions. Additionally there are early bird entry prizes on offer and the chance to win weekly cash prizes. For example enter in the first week and you could win a Jaguar i-Pace. Cancer Research UK will also benefit from a minimum donation of £100,000 even if insufficient tickets are sold. However Omaze are hoping that this competition will result in a donation of £500,000. Note that the competition is open to UK residents only.
The Omaze model still makes us wonder how it works and it'd be interesting to know just how many tickets they sell. This is now the sixth competition so something must be going right though in order to create home winners and raise funds for charity. The house itself looks stunning and Omaze really do well in picking their properties. But would I want to move to Ascot? Nah not really but I'd happily win a £3.5million house and try and sell it as soon as possible. Take a look for yourself and don't forget to leave your thoughts below.
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