Even though the PNE Fair won’t happen as planned for 2020, one of British Columbia’s most popular grand prize lotteries is back for another year.
On Tuesday, the PNE Prize Home was unveiled, kicking off the Fair’s 86th annual home lottery.
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Although guests won’t be able to tour the home in person, organizers say that it’s vital that the spirit of the giveaway remains strong. Not to mention, the Prize Home Lottery plays a huge role for the PNE.
This year’s grand prize package, valued at over $2 million, includes a stunning 3,188-sq-ft mountainside home that will be located in Pemberton, a relatively convenient drive to Whistler.
Once relocated, the prize home will be found at the Sunstone Pemberton development, which is 25 minutes away from Whistler.
The contemporary project features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. It’s also defined as a Net Zero Ready home, meaning that it is able to produce as much energy as it consumes.
The ground floor has been designed to become the “ultimate entertaining space.” Open-concept living and dining rooms are accompanied by a dedicated room for bar and games, as well as a large kitchen with an island countertop and high-end appliances.
Indoor furniture has been supplied by Yaletown Interiors, while JennAir and Whirlpool appliances come from Coast Appliances.
The bottom floor also includes a sports room for storing outdoor equipment, a two-person sauna, and a powder room.
All three bedrooms, as well as two other bathrooms, are located on the second floor. One of the smaller bedrooms is built with direct access to a bathroom. The master bedroom is equipped with an ensuite, a walk-in closet, and easy access to a covered deck.
Other amenities included in the home are a robotic lawnmower and a deluxe hot tub.
All tickets purchased will be entered into the grand prize draw, as well as five Brian Jessel BMW draws, five cash draws, five Air Canada Vacation draws, and one draw for a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle.
Tickets can be purchased either online or by phone.