"different and distinct"
With a large family-style house, an upscale home built from shipping containers and a loft in North London, this springs Dream Home Lottery offers three distinctly different styles.
“We have three really exciting packages,” says Rita Fieder, spokesperson for the Lottery which raises money for health care in the London region.
In Bayfield, Brent Hillier of Hillier Contracting Inc., has built a unique, upscale home, constructed from eight steel shipping containers.
The home, at 28 Cameron Street, is attracting considerable attention from passers-by, Fieder says. “It’s certainly something different for us,” she adds, of the style.
The three-level home, at just under 4,000 square feet, has bedrooms on the main level while the living room and kitchen on the upper level – with expansive windows overlooking a forested area. It’s decorated by Jillian Summers of Upstaging, with furnishings from Ryan LeClair at Warehouse 74.
For those with lofty dreams, the second Lottery home is a two-bedroom suite in North Point by Domus Developments, London’s first modern loft project located at 1705 Fiddlehead Place in the Masonville district.
The open-concept lofts feature high ceilings, full-height windows and generous outdoor living spaces. The dream loft has been decorated by Myra Tuer of Detailing and Design by Myra, with furnishings from Austin and Taylor Home Furnishings.
"DREAM HOME LOTTERY OFFERS AN ARRAY OF CHOICE"
Bridlewood Homes is presenting a comfortable family abode at 90 Pebblecreek Walk in North London’s Upper Richmond Village. The twostorey, four-bedroom home, with 2,862 square feet, has been furnished by Modern Living London.
Fieder says this Dream Home showcases Bridlewood’s reputation for “integrity and excellence and providing custom homes of quality and distinction.”
The semi-annual Lottery supports patient care, research, education and medical equipment for London Health Sciences Centre, the Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre, and St. Joseph’s Health Care London. These institutions receive more than 1.5 million patient visits annually from across Southwestern Ontario and provide specialized services to support the region’s community hospitals, Fieder says.
Last year’s fall Lottery raised more than $700,000 and in excess of $25.6 million has been contributed to the cause since the Lottery’s beginnings in 1996.