This oceanview home is up for grabs through the VGH lottery.

VGH lottery features oceanview home

White Rock property up for grabs in annual Vancouver General Hospital lottery

The grand prize in this year’s Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) Millionaire Lottery – an oceanview home in White Rock – is now open for viewing.

The home, at 15574 Pacific Ave., is open to the public until Jan. 14, daily from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. So far, more than 8,500 people have toured the home, according to lottery organizers.

The 5,339 sq.-ft. house features 14-foot ceilings and views – of Semiamoo Bay and Mount Baker – from nearly every room. The basement features a large media room, billiards room plus a suite.

In addition to the house, the grand prize – valued at more than $3 million – includes more than $130,000 in furnishings and electronics, and the choice of a 2014 BMW i3, $50,000 worth of vacations or $40,000 cash.

The Pacific Avenue residence is one of five grand prizes to choose from; other options include a Vancouver townhouse/Whistler condo combo; a Victoria townhome and Whistler condo; a lake-view Kelowna condo and two luxury vehicles – a 2014 Masteratio GT and an Audi Q7; or $2.5-million cash.

Tickets are $100 each, two for $175, three for $250 or eight for $500. To purchase, call 604-602-5848 or 1-888-445-5825. For more information on the lottery – including more on the prizes – visit


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