New mother set to move her family from their two-bed flat in East London into £3.5million dream home she won in a £10 raffle

New mother set to move her family from their two-bed flat in East London into £3.5million dream home she won in a £10 raffle

A new mum has won a £3.5million house in a raffle which cost just £10 to enter – after she bought a ticket when her husband forgot.

Finance analyst Becca Pott, 32, from London , won the stunning five-bedroom property near Ascot in the Omaze Million Pound House Draw.

The house boasts five bedrooms, three dressing rooms, four luxury bathrooms, a drawing room, a family orangery, a night kitchen, a hot tub and a three-car garage, as well as a massive entrance hall and private garden.

Becca is on maternity leave from her job as a finance analyst after having her first child Ava eight months ago with Ben, 32 and the family currently live in a two-bed flat in East London. Becca said that Ben always buys tickets for Omaze’s house draws, which help raise money for Cancer Research UK – but this was the one time he had forgotten.

She said: ‘My husband had entered every Omaze Million Pound House Draw prior to this one, but somehow he’d forgotten to enter on this occasion.

‘Luckily, I decided to buy a £10 ticket bundle in January without him knowing after seeing the house on television – I’m never going to let him live this down.

Becca, Ben and Ava currently live in a two-bedroom flat in Leyton, East London, which they bought in 2017, with their two cats, Winston Purchill and Leonardo DiCatrio.

Becca said: ‘The house is incredible.

‘We’ve been wanting to move to somewhere bigger since our daughter Ava was born – now she’ll be having her first birthday in a mansion. ‘We didn’t have space for her grandparents to come and stay in our two-bedroom flat, but now they can have the entire third floor when they visit.

‘This win is truly life changing for us, we’ll stay here and enjoy the house for the summer at least, but whatever we decide to do, we know Ava is set for life.’

Becca and Ben are now multi-millionaires, with all stamp duty and legal fees covered, as well as receiving £20,000 in cash to help settle-in.

‘We think the partnership between Omaze and Cancer Research UK is fantastic as it’s raising money to help the charity continue its incredible work’.

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