Mark Zappa from New Westminster is the winner of the 2023 PNE Prize Home — a fully-furnished, $2.3-million home in Langley.
The 2023 PNE Prize Home, built by Lanstone Homes in collaboration with Wesmont Homes, is 3,773 square feet of lavish living space with a Scandinavian aesthetic.
It was designed by Brown & Co and furnished by Yaletown Interiors. The home offers five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, a modern kitchen with Fisher & Paykel appliances, a recreation room, and a listening lounge.
The home also includes a one-bedroom, one-bathroom legal basement suite.
“The PNE Prize Home is a beloved tradition and awarding it to its new owner is one of the most special events of the year for our organization,” said Shelley Frost, president and CEO of the PNE. “This year’s Prize Home showcases state-of-the-art craftsmanship, cutting-edge technology, and B.C. building products. We extend our warmest congratulations to Mark, now the proud homeowner of this beautiful Langley home.”
The PNE also awarded $891,425 to lucky 50/50 winners Ted and Kathy Hurt of Campbell River.
This year, 751,571 Prize Home tickets were sold, with proceeds from the lottery supporting a variety of non-profit programs at the PNE, including agriculture, community, educational incentives, arts, and a large number of other local programs.
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