ONE lucky person is guaranteed to win a stunning five-bedroom house in Cornwall worth over £3 million - along with £100,000 in cash - as part of a new prize draw raising funds for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).

The winner of the latest monthly Omaze Million Pound House Draw will get the keys to a contemporary coastal retreat complete with a hot tub and panoramic views of the surrounding Cornish countryside.

The house is located just a few minutes away from St Agnes beach and sits in an elevated position that offers breathtaking views of the village, as well as one of Cornwall’s famous historical Engine Houses. 

Falmouth Packet: The side view of the houseThe side view of the house (Image: Omaze)

It comes mortgage-free, with all stamp duty and legal fees covered. The winner is also given £100,000 in cash and can decide to either live in the house, rent it out for a supplementary income, or sell it to become a cash multi-millionaire. 

If the winner decides to rent it out, local estate agents estimate that the property could achieve a long-term rental value of £3,000 - 4,000 per month.

A private driveway leads to a landscaped courtyard with ample parking - all framed by trees and nature-filled gardens.

Falmouth Packet: The house's kitchenThe house's kitchen (Image: Omaze)

The house itself is an example of modern architecture and the design celebrates the encompassing environment with plenty of glazing - allowing natural light and picturesque scenery to fill the home.

The spacious entrance hall with a natural stone floor and vaulted ceiling leads through to the open plan kitchen, dining and family area - with herringbone oak floors throughout - which forms the heart of the home. 

The kitchen has a vaulted ceiling and features bespoke hand-built units with a long breakfast island seating area, a range of units with Corian worktops, a built-in fridge/ freezer, three ovens, and all the usual appliances you’d expect to find in a high-end property. There is also a walk-in pantry with oak shelves and an “American” style drinks fridge/freezer. 

Falmouth Packet: The kitchen has a vaulted ceiling and features bespoke hand-built unitsThe kitchen has a vaulted ceiling and features bespoke hand-built units (Image: Omaze)

The family room is incorporated into the open-plan kitchen/dining area and the space also has a large stone fireplace. Sliding doors seamlessly lead to a stone terrace that provides an ideal setting for outdoor entertaining. The large living room has a stone fireplace, triple-aspect sliding doors on each elevation and vaulted ceilings. The ground floor also provides two double bedrooms and a bathroom with a free-standing bath and a large separate shower. 

The boot room is a unique feature of the property and connects to large coat cupboards, shoe storage and an airing cupboard - whilst also leading through to the utility room.

A stunning granite staircase leads up to the first floor with a glass balustrade landing and a large sliding window to the front. The main bedroom has stunning views over St Agnes and access to a rear balcony with more beautiful views.

Falmouth Packet: The main bedroom has stunning views over St AgnesThe main bedroom has stunning views over St Agnes (Image: Omaze)

The dressing area has handcrafted fitted wardrobes, a seated vanity area, and a Juliet balcony. The en-suite bathroom features a freestanding bath and a large walk-in shower. 

The second bedroom has aspect windows to the rear and side, with a large Juliet balcony, access to the rear balcony, a vaulted ceiling, built-in wardrobes and drawers, and a sliding door to the en-suite bathroom that has a freestanding bath and separate shower.

The third bedroom has a sliding door to the rear balcony, vaulted ceiling, a built-in wardrobe, and a mezzanine den, providing an ideal space for children. The balcony has a glass balustrade with more outstanding views over St Agnes.

Falmouth Packet: The house also comes with office spaceThe house also comes with office space (Image: Omaze)

Additionally, there is a garden/studio room, a multipurpose space suitable for a home office, with a window looking up to the house.

The front of the house has an elegant, southeast facing stone terrace which is an ideal spot for morning breakfast. The gardens have been landscaped beautifully and extensively planted, with borders made up from native trees, shrubs, plants, and hedging. 

A large level lawn area leads down to the lower lawn. To the rear, there is another large terrace area with a hot tub hidden by substantially planted borders, and steps that lead down to the lower lawn areas, all retained by dry stone walling. Many mature trees provide privacy to the entire house. 

Falmouth Packet: The hot tub is hidden by substantially planted bordersThe hot tub is hidden by substantially planted borders (Image: Omaze)

The house is in the perfect setting for those seeking a relaxed coastal lifestyle, surrounded by natural beauty. Nestled on the rugged north coast of Cornwall, nearby St Agnes offers a unique blend of traditional Cornish heritage and modern coastal living. This picturesque village boasts stunning coastal walks, golden sandy beaches.

St Agnes is well known for its character and charm. The narrow streets are lined with quaint cottages, independent shops, cafes, restaurants and traditional pubs. 

The immediate area and wider north Cornish coast is well known for its outdoor lifestyle. From the dramatic cliffs of St Agnes Head to the rolling hills of the surrounding countryside. The South West Coast Path runs through the village, offering spectacular views of the rugged coastline and the Atlantic Ocean. There are also plenty of opportunities for surfing, kayaking, and paddle boarding. 

Falmouth Packet: The home's bathroomThe home's bathroom (Image: Omaze)

The house is less than ten miles from Truro, Cornwall’s only city, where there is a mainline station with services to London Paddington and the well-regarded Truro school. Cornwall Airport at Newquay is less than 20 miles away and offers direct flights to a number of UK destinations including London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, East Midlands and Belfast City.

As well as making its lucky Grand Prize winner a multi-millionaire, the Omaze Million Pound House Draw, Cornwall, will raise money for WWF - the world’s leading independent conservation organisation who are working to conserve endangered species, protect and restore habitats, and address global threats to the planet such as climate change, the food system and deforestation. 

WWF works tirelessly with communities, governments, scientists, supporters and business leaders to stop the destruction of nature, secure a safe climate and bring our world back to life. 

Falmouth Packet: The first loungeThe first lounge (Image: Omaze)

The money raised through the partnership with Omaze will help with restoring UK coasts, driving action from UK government and empowering young people to take action for nature - all helping to bring our world back to life.

WWF is working to restore the homes of marine wildlife and carbon stores around our UK coastline through their work with local communities on seaweed farming and seagrass planting. Seaweed farming is an important part of the solution to the climate crisis which also supports local communities and secures livelihoods.

Growing seaweed to feed livestock could one day help reduce deforestation and land conversion for pastures and crop fields, which is currently responsible for 25 per cent of total global greenhouse gas emissions.

Falmouth Packet: WWF Fellow - Alistair McGowanWWF Fellow - Alistair McGowan (Image: Omaze)

The draw is backed by actor, impressionist, and WWF fellow Alistair McGowan, who said: “WWF work incredibly hard - conducting research and carrying out projects in the UK and around the world - to protect nature and wildlife, and to restore it too.

"The money raised through this partnership with Omaze will make a real difference and help WWF to continue to protect so many incredible species and bring our world back to life.”

James Oakes, Chief International Officer at Omaze, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with WWF for our latest house draw. By offering this gorgeous house in Cornwall, along with £100,000 in cash, we’re giving people the chance to live mortgage and rent-free for the rest of their life - as well as raising money for charities whilst introducing them to brand new audiences that they otherwise wouldn't reach."

Omaze has guaranteed WWF a minimum donation of at least £1 million - as is aiming to raise significantly more.

In addition to winning the Grand Prize - people who enter by midnight on Sunday 10th March could be in with the chance to win an electric Porsche Taycan. All entrants are also in with the chance to win gift cards throughout the draw. There is also an additional £50,000 cash prize up for grabs for Omaze subscribers in the Monthly Subscriber Cash Draw. All Omaze entrants are in with the chance to win gift cards throughout the draw.

Draw entries for the Omaze Million Pound House Draw, Cornwall are available now at  The draw closes on Sunday, March 31, for online entries and Tuesday, April 2, 2024 for postal entries.

For full terms and conditions, see No purchase necessary to enter. Over 18s and UK residents only.