Four-storey £3million home with gym and champagne bar in west London could be yours for FREE – as owners raffle home

A FOUR-STOREY luxury townhouse with a champagne bar and a gym in west London could be yours for free.

The impressive £3 million house in Fulham is being raffled off to raise funds for charity and the winner of the three-bedroom home will also scoop £10,000 to help them settle in.

The property is said to be the UK's first ever £3 million prize with a guaranteed winner – with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, three living areas, an outdoor office and gym space up for grabs. 

The 2,626 sq ft house even comes fully furnished to save the lucky winner money on kitting it out. 

The incredible home has a polished exterior of cream stone with a dark grey door on a tree-lined street in the prestigious borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

Inside, there’s an open-plan lounge and dining room decorated in bright, light tones. 

The kitchen has a large island in the centre and new, top-of-the-range appliances, including a coffee machine and a bespoke wine cooler.

The master bedroom's staircase appears to lead to an incredible bathroom – complete with a huge freestanding tub and walk-in shower.

There’s even a champagne area stacked with bottles of Moet.

The outdoor terrace looks like the perfect place to entertain post-pandemic, with a BBQ area and large bench seating leading onto an office area – ideal for working from home. 

The exercise room features equipment and fun lighting on the wall to mimic a gym – so there's no need to purchase expensive gym gear.

And if the winner doesn’t want to live in the house, they can choose to rent it out or sell it on – no strings attached, with no mortgage, stamp duty and no conveyancing to pay.

Just 30 minutes from central London, estate agents estimate the average rental income to be £8,000 per month. 

To enter, you can buy bundles of raffle tickets online, priced at £10 for 15 entries, £25 for 40 entries, £50 for 85 entries, or £150 for 320 entries. 

You can even send off for one postal entry – completely free of charge.

The draw aims to raise funds to support the BHF's life-saving research.

At least £100,000 will go to the charity, with an estimated goal of £500,000.

The Omaze Million Pound House Draw supporting the BHF is open until 12am on March 26.

"We’re honoured to support the British Heart Foundation and help them reach a new audience to raise as much money as possible that will go to support their work," Matt Pohlson, CEO and co-founder of Omaze, said.

Entrants must be 18 years or over and residents in the UK.

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