LUCKY punters who won million-pound homes in £10 raffles have revealed why they promptly sold up.
Some of the Omaze Million Pound winners from across the UK say they gave them up despite living in luxury.
Others gave up the massive properties – and standard of living that accompanied them – to assist their struggling families out with cash.
And now a few of the punters have spread out about their determination to eliminate the mansions – which many Brits may well simplest dream of owning.
MailOnline reported that of the 14 mansions honest lately won suitable three are detached dwell in.
Ten have been sold and one is being rented out.
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Certainly one of the winners who made the call to promote up was Uttam Parmar, 58.
He and wife Raki, Fifty three, bagged themselves the stunning property in Cornwall in August last year.
Uttam said: “We are selling it and no longer keeping it as a holiday dwelling. If we may well afford to assist it we would.
“It is beautiful. However we are looking to purchase some land or a smaller property instead.”
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Meanwhile, dad-of-5 Glen Elmy also is said to have set his Omaze dwelling on the market.
He walked away from his contemporary “James Bond-trend” coastal property in north Devon after suitable three days.
Foundry employee Glen, from Walsall in the West Midlands, won the 5-mattress room Stealth Apartment overlooking Combe Martin Bay in the Omaze Million Pound Apartment Draw in October 2021.
He said at the time: “We absolutely savor the dwelling – if I may well have designed one from scratch, it may well gape suitable appreciate this.”
However he later didn’t transfer in.
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In totally different places, Grandmother June Smith also made up our minds to position her contemporary dwelling on the market.
The 74-year-weak landed the massive six-mattress room, three-storey dwelling as part of the Omaze Million Pound prize draw.
She initially said she would assist the waterfront dwelling “for a whereas”.
However she has since made up our minds to promote, saying she wanted to “use the money to assist all my kids and grandchildren with the next chapter in their lives”.
In London, Marilyn Pratt, 70, sold the £2.9million dwelling in Fulham, west London, eight months after her Omaze win in April 2021.
Marilyn said she wanted to give financial assist to her two daughters and grandchildren.
Other Omaze homes which have since been set up for sale include a £2.5m clifftop property in Kingstown, near Deal in Kent.
It had been won by a West Midlands couple, Jade and her unnnamed partner, last autumn.
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A £2.7m converted 18th century farmhouse in nearby Crook, suitable initiate air Kendal, was won in January by 59-year-weak widower Grant Carson, from Glasgow in Scotland.
The six-mattress room dwelling was set up for sale in June.
Widower Ian Garrick, 58, scooped a £1m four-mattress room dwelling in Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire, in 2020 then almost instantly sold it for £1.15m – and neighbours say it has since been sold again.
Meanwhile, parents-of-two Darren and Mandy Wordon from Bath in Somerset are said to have listed for sale the £2.5m property in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, which they won in 2021.
MailOnline also said 73-year-weak Susan Havenhand by no means moved into her £3.5m contemporary mansion on the outskirts of Cheltenham in Gloucestershire.
The grandmother from Taunton in Somerset won the six-mattress room Cotswolds dwelling in June last year however it was sold in contemporary months, neighbours say.
The Omaze mansion now being rented out to Airbnb company is £3m Post Knott Hotel in Bowness-on-Windermere in the Lake District, Cumbria.
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It was won last April by NHS IT employee Catharine Cawardine, 59, of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands.
The six-mattress room, 5-bathroom residence is booked up for the next two months, with three-evening midweek stays costing £7,000.