A “idyllic” contemporary home is up for grabs in a charity house draw worth £3,000,000. 

The Omaze Million Pound House Draw has announced that the next property it will feature will be near Farnham. 

The draw will raise money to support Prostate Cancer UK with a minimum donation of £1,000,000, and is being backed by ambassador Colin McFarlane. 

Leading up to the house is a gravel driveway with solid wood electric gates and a double carport. 

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The living room. (Omaze)

Once inside, there is a large entrance hallway opening into a drawing room with a vaulted ceiling and a stone chimney fireplace. 

Centrally, there is a kitchen and dining area with oak flooring throughout, an island with a breakfast bar, and fitted appliances. 

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The kitchen, complete with a breakfast bar. (Omaze)

As well as this, there is a large living room and a separate study, while sleeping arrangements include five bedrooms, the principal of which has a bespoke dressing area and an en-suite bathroom. 

The property sits in 1.4 acres of land, including an outdoor kitchen and an open outdoor fireplace, landscaped gardens and a wooded area. 

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The principal bedroom. (Omaze)

There is also a pool house, with a heated pool, a gym, a sauna, a shower and a changing room. 

The house will be mortgage free for the winner, who will also win £100,000 in cash and can choose to live in the house, rent it out for an estimated £9,000 to £10,000 per month, or sell it. 

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The grounds include an outdoor kitchen and dining space. (Omaze)

The money raised for Prostate Cancer UK will be used to help fund TRANSFORM - a major, world leading research programme that will test new ways of diagnosing prostate cancer and lead to the first ever UK wide prostate cancer screening programme for men.

Actor and Prostate Cancer UK ambassador Colin McFarlane - who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December 2022 - said: "As a Black man over 45, I’d always been aware of my increased risk of prostate cancer. 

“But when you get that diagnosis and hear the c-word, it’s a shock. Luckily, we caught it early and there's a low risk of it spreading any further. I'm now being safely monitored and even been told I might never need treatment.

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Actor and Prostate Cancer UK ambassador Colin McFarlane. (Omaze)

"I know my story could have been very different though. By shouting about it from the rooftops I'm now on a mission to get more men understanding their risk of prostate cancer. If you’re over 50, or your dad or brother had it, you’re at even higher risk, and if you’re black like me, check your risk from 45 as the risk doubles to one in four. The more people we tell, the more lives we save.

"It's not only about awareness though. I'm incredibly passionate to support Prostate Cancer UK in raising the necessary funds through partnerships such as this with Omaze. 12,000 men die of prostate cancer every year in the UK, that's 12,000 men for whom the disease wasn’t caught early enough. I'm incredibly passionate to be supporting Prostate Cancer UK and Omaze in this campaign, as the funds raised will ultimately save men’s lives.”

James Oakes, chief international officer at Omaze, said: “Everyone at Omaze is thrilled to be partnering with Prostate Cancer UK for our latest house draw.

“By offering this amazing property in Surrey, along with £100,000 in cash, Omaze is giving people the chance to win a life-changing prize that can enable them to live mortgage or rent free, as well as raising money for charities and introducing its charity partners to new audiences that they wouldn't otherwise reach. 

“We’re extremely proud that the Omaze community has already raised over £40 million for good causes across the UK.” 

Draw entries for the Omaze Million Pound House Draw, Surrey are available now at omaze.co.uk, with 15 entries costing £10. 

The draw closes on Monday May 27 2024 for online entries and Wednesday May 29 2024 for postal entries.