Sweet Sidney suite selected

Seaport West condo is chosen for Millionaire Home Lottery

The Seaport West development in Sidney.

A condo in the new Seaport West development at 9820 Seaport Pl. in Sidney has been selected as one of the grand prize homes in the Vancouver General Hospital and University of British Columbia Hospital Millionaire Designer Home Lottery.

The Sidney prize, worth over $2.8 million, includes $25,000 cash for furnishings, a $25,000 luxury vacation, a 2013 BMW Z4 Roadster and a 2013 X3 BMW sport utility vehicle, a Sea Ray 370 Sundancer boat and $1.5 million in tax free cash. The two other homes in the lottery are located in White Rock and North Vancouver.

The suite can be viewed at millionairelottery.com.



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