Prizes include Abby home

An executive home on Eagle Mountain in Abbotsford is one of four grand prizes announced in the Children’s Charity Lottery.

An executive home on Eagle Mountain in Abbotsford is one of four grand prizes announced in the Children’s Charity Lottery.

The 4,200-square-foot home – located at 2746 Eagle Mountain Drive – features high ceilings, solid-maple hardwood floors, and a chef-style kitchen with a massive island and stainless steel appliances.

One entire floor is dedicated to entertaining, with a billiards table, wet bar, home theatre and a furnished outdoor garden terrace.

The prize package also includes a BMW 335i Coupe and $25,000 tax-free cash.

It is one of three homes up for grabs in the lottery – the others are in Tsawwassen and Predator Ridge – as well as the fourth grand prize of $1 million cash.

Tickets are $50 and are available in person at the prize home on Eagle Mountain, online at or by toll-free phone at 1-877-969-8946. Ticket sales run until Nov. 28, and the draw takes place Dec. 17.

Proceeds are used to fund equipment, programs and organizations throughout the province that help children with special needs.

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