Second Dream Lottery grand prize home unveiled in London

Officials cut the ribbon at the Highland Green Estates Dream Home at 54 Edwin Drive in London on Oct. 10, 2019. Sawyer Bogdan/980 CFPL

A week after the fall edition of the Dream Lottery launched, officials are now unveiling another prize home.

London Health Sciences Foundation representatives were joined by builder David Reis in cutting the ribbon to the $1.45 million Highland Green Estates Dream Home at 54 Edwin Drive.

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“You can look and imagine and dream in some of these beautiful, beautiful places but if a move isn’t in your future, even if you are the winner, you’ve got a million dollars,” said Scott Fortnum, president and CEO of Children’s Health Foundation.

“Even if you don’t win the home, you’re still making a difference — everybody wins!”

The $1.45 million Highland Green Estates Dream Home by Reis Design + Build is a sprawling, single-storey home boasting 4,130 square feet. This is one of two grand prize home options in the fall 2019 edition of Dream Lottery. via the Dream Lottery/2019

The lottery has raised more than $37 million for London hospitals since its introduction in 1996.

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The spring Dream Lottery sold out early and officials say sales for the fall lottery are already outpacing the spring.

“We’re already 30 per cent sold out,” Fortnum said. “The response from the community has been just tremendous.”

The grand prize draw will be Jan. 8, 2020.

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