Stunning £2million Spanish villa and 250k cash could be yours for just £10

A luxury £2million holiday home that could net £100,000 for the owner in rentals every year is the star prize in Omaze’s latest charity prize draw.

The lucky winner of the first ever “Superdraw" will also receive a life-changing £250,000 in cash.

The stunning Spanish villa on Marbella’s famous Golden Mile has four bedrooms arranged over three floors, with 12,000 sq ft of space to stretch out in.

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Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the open-plan living space, including a living room and dining area connected by a large built-in fireplace that sits in the centre of the villa.

The state-of-the-art kitchen features a central breakfast bar with granite worktops, stainless steel units and brand-new Siemens equipment throughout to cater for every culinary need. There is also a separate bar area to prepare sundown cocktails.

Glass sliding doors seamlessly connect to the garden, where the winner will find a 50m swimming pool surrounded by terraces and sun lounge areas – as well as a plunge pool to cool down after the winner has topped up their tan. There is also a hammock in the shaded garden, for those who like to snooze after sunbathing.

The main bedroom features its own balcony, walk-in wardrobe and a luxury en-suite bathroom with bath and rainfall shower, and the guest bedrooms also have en-suite bathrooms.

The winner is free to either use the house as a holiday home, rent it out or sell it. If the winner does decide to rent it out, local estate agents estimate that the property could achieve more than £100,000 a year from rentals.

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The villa is ideally located to enjoy the eating, drinking and shopping delights of Marbella Old Town Puerto Banus Marina and Capobino Beach – as well as Marbella Golf & Country Clubs, Venus Beach and Alameda Park.

It’s just a seven-minute drive from Playa Casablanca and Puente Romano Beach Club.

As well as making its grand prize winner a multi-millionaire – the Marbella Superdraw will also support the Teenage Cancer Trust.

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The money raised will help Teenage Cancer Trust to fund specialist nurses, youth support teams and hospital units within the NHS making sure cancer doesn’t stop young people living their lives.

This is the second time Teenage Cancer Trust has partnered with Omaze.

They were the fundraising platform's first charity partner when it launched in the UK in 2020, with that campaign raising £250,000 to help ensure that young people with cancer didn’t face the coronavirus pandemic alone.

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The draw is backed by Olympic Champion Diver and Teenage Cancer Trust Ambassador – Matty Lee MBE – who recently won gold at this year’s Commonwealth games.

Matty said: “The partnership between Teenage Cancer Trust and Omaze is fantastic – it's raising money and awareness for such an important charity – which will help to ensure it can continue its life changing work supporting young people with cancer.

“Everyone who enters is contributing towards this vital cause – and of course someone is guaranteed to win the dream holiday villa too! I really hope that lots of people can support this brilliant campaign.”

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Draw entries for the Omaze Million Pound House Superdraw, Marbella are available now at

The Superdraw closes on Sunday 20th November 2022 for online entries and Tuesday 22nd November, 2022 for postal entries.

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


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