Checking Out The Ocean View Lottery Home


Since I didn’t have much to do today, I decided to take the family on a drive into sunny White Rock to check out the ocean view lottery home. It’s always best to check out these homes during the weekdays because it’s way too busy on the weekends. The grand prize home has over 5,000 square feet of living space and is valued at $2.3 million, which includes $200,000 of furniture.

The back of the home features an amazing view of the ocean and you can tell that most of the cost of this house is because of the view. The home layout if very functional. The main floor features a great room, chef’s kitchen, breakfast and dining room, an office and a large patio overlooking the ocean.



The lower level is perfect for entertaining. The open floor plan features a large living area, a bar, billiard room, exercise room, game room, wine room and guest bedroom. The back yard has a large hot tub.




The upstairs offer three bedroom and an open den. The master bedroom takes up most of the floorspace and offers the best view in the house. The master also has a private patio so you can watch the sun set over the ocean at night.





If you would like a chance to win this home, tickets are $100 each, 3-ticket packs are $250 and 4-ticket packs are $300. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit Delta Hospital Foundation and Peach Arch Hospital Foundation.

39 thoughts on “Checking Out The Ocean View Lottery Home”

  1. Starboykb says:

    I wonder how much is the electrical bill would kill you :twisted:. I wonder if its legal to install a solar on the roof? 😀

    1. Why wouldnt it be legal?

      1. mason says:

        b/c of the home owners association makes it illegal 😈

        1. Do you know why they make it ilegal? In some countries goverment support building alternative energy resources which are enviromental friendly.

      2. Wow Wow Wow. That’s all I can say.
        Soon, my blog revenues will allow me to buy such a dream home. I’ll get there, promised.
        If you want to see my daily progression:
        Greetings from France John.

  2. Omar says:

    The pool of tickets totals $7,610,000 USD. $2.3M house, a nice little profit there if all tickets sold. Of course it is going towards a good cause.

  3. chtanxw says:

    I give this house a 5-star rating…!

  4. Douglas Karr says:

    It’s only open to BC residents?!


    1. Debo Hobo says:

      Have a friend purchase the ticket for you and head up there to claim it when you win. I guess that will work? 😈

  5. Dan says:

    Disappointing. For a moment, I thought that this blog had grown to the point where JC was able to give away a house in his weekly giveaway. 🙁

    1. Paul B says:

      Come on John, that sounds like a challenge? 😀

      1. Freebies says:

        I second this request 😀

  6. I am wondering how many people will have $100 for a ticket.

    1. John Chow says:

      The lottery has sold out every year.

      1. blogcrowds says:

        You buying one John? Its seems like you always have a knack for winning everything, why not this as well?

        1. Debo Hobo says:

          John, you probably will win this too. But a mogul like you can just buy it out right. 😈

  7. I am getting my real estate license, talk about commission selling this one

  8. bob cobb says:

    gorgeous house, I’m usually too cheap to bother with lotteries though.

  9. Not bad house 🙂

  10. All I have to say is WOW!

  11. Stephanie says:

    There’s a similar raffle going on in San Diego right now. Not near as nice a house, though. $150 tickets to win an $800,000 condo. Benefits the Ronald McDonald House. is the site.

  12. mason says:

    Wow now that is a nice house. nice price tag too 😳

  13. Tom says:

    I’ve never heard of this but that is one nice house! I’m thinking about buying a $100 ticket 🙂

  14. Over The Web says:

    I want this house 😀

    So cool this big thing 🙂

    1. Debo Hobo says:

      Isn’t gorgeous! 🙂

  15. Abby says:

    Gorgeous. Don’t know if I would like the fact that the entire city has had a walk-through of my house. 😕 But that’s what Lysol is for! 😀

  16. Yes, its gorgeous. Pity we don’t have an ocean view anywhere in dreary old London.

  17. I like some parts of the house but don’t really like the living room and the bedroom, looks a bit too classic.

  18. Angel says:

    I’d sure love to live in a house like that. But I don’t think I could even afford to buy the ticket right now.

  19. wow, that’s a beautiful house with even more stunning views! even so, I wonder…..would I keep it – or would I sell it?

  20. Freebies says:

    That house really is gorgeous.

  21. Debo Hobo says:

    They did something like this in Texas, ticket were $100 for the St. Judes foundation. I entered didn’t when but I like the idea of having an opportunity to win a house. This one is much grander though. WOW!

    1. I think the fact that it is a house instead of cash keeps the winner safe from blowing every cent. Beyond that, I think it encourages a positive view of the lottery, which is a good thing, in my opinion.


  22. Fable says:

    Oh my gosh! That place looks absolutely stunning! Why didn’t I get an invite? 😉


  23. Sagar says:

    amazing home …gr8 view lovely rooms , what more to expect from a home :mrgreen: John come on its high time u gift that to me …John Chow dot com Lottery names also good right guys ??? 😉 😉

  24. Mybloggo says:

    NICE!!!!John did u buy a ticket?

  25. You’d have to make a lot of money to maintain the house…

  26. Nathan Roe says:

    WOW. I could go for a house like that. But I agree maintance would not be fun

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