New Omaze house draw on the Kent coast is £2.5m ‘Bond lair’ backed by Myleene Klass

  • Omaze launches latest house draw with £2.5m ‘Bond lair’ on the Kent coast
  • Online fundraising platform’s latest campaign will raise crucial funds for Global’s Make Some Noise 
  •  Partnership backed by broadcaster and Global’s Make Some Noise supporter Myleene Klass

One lucky person is guaranteed to win a stunning £2,500,000 beachfront house in Kent – as part of a new prize draw to raise vital funds for Global’s Make Some Noise.

The winner of the latest Omaze Million Pound House Draw will get the keys to the unique ‘Bond lair-esque’ four-bedroom house, built into the cliffs on the Kent coast, on the site of a former WWII gun emplacement.

Boasting some of the best views in Britain – the property has been transformed into a stylish and contemporary new home, designed with all the comforts to enjoy an easy living lifestyle.

The house comes fully furnished and mortgage free – with all stamp duty and legal fees covered. The winner is also given £50,000 cash to help them settle in – and is free to either live in the house, rent it out or sell it.

The showpiece of the house is a sea facing, rooftop terrace that offers unparalleled 180-degree views overlooking the beach below as well as the charming village of Kingsdown to the east, the iconic White Cliffs of Dover to the West and the vast expanse of the English Channel leading all the way to France straight ahead.

The first of two tranquil terraces has a spacious seating area for friends and family to relax and take in the stunning sea views.

On clear days, the winner will be able to see France while they make use of the top of the range BBQ and pizza oven provided in the outdoor kitchen and dining area on the second terrace.

Inside the luxurious 9,000 sq ft home, a central passageway leads into an extensive main living space framed with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide spectacular sea views – as well as a cool maritime breeze for hot summer nights.

The winner can prepare drinks when entertaining guests using the integrated – and fully stocked – bar with a purpose-made wine fridge to chill bottles from the cellar. #

The state-of-the-art kitchen comes complete with a large breakfast bar and adjoining dining area. The house comes fully equipped with the latest gadgets and smart technology throughout.

The king-sized main bedroom has a bed to match as well as a TV that drops from the ceiling, its own lounge area and automatic black out blinds.

The winner will wake up to unspoilt sea views every morning with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that lead directly onto their own terrace.

The main bedroom also has an ensuite bathroom that offers a spa like experience with a rainfall shower, heated floors, a double sink and separate dressing room.

Two of the guest bedrooms also offer king-size beds (one four poster), luxury ensuite bathrooms (one with a freestanding bath) and access to a separate side terrace. The fourth bedroom has a door that leads straight into a sunken courtyard.

The lucky winner will feel like ‘agent Bubble-0-7, licence to chill’ – whilst unwinding with a late-night dip in the stylish hot tub.

The house also comes with a double garage.

If the winner does decide to rent it out, local estate agents estimate that the beachfront property could achieve £5,000 a month from a long-term rental.

The house is just minutes away from many desirable coastal locations, and just above a sheltered beach set within the lee of the White Cliffs of Dover, a recognised Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

There are plenty of outdoor pursuits on offer with incredible coastal cliff walks, sailing, fishing, tennis and three highly rated golf courses.

Local amenities are just a seven-minute walk away at the seaside village of Kingsdown, which offers a village shop, renowned butcher, Post Office, three local pubs and a host of well-regarded schools.

Nearby Deal has a wide range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities, and the neighbouring towns of Sandwich, Dover and Canterbury are around half an hour away or less.

The area has fantastic railway links. The High-Speed line runs from Walmer to London St. Pancras in under an hour and a half. For those who want to nip across to Europe, access is excellent via the Port of Dover, the Channel Tunnel terminal at Folkestone and Eurostar services from Ashford International.

As well as making its grand prize winner a multi-millionaire – the draw will also support Global’s Make Some Noise, a charity dedicated to improving lives by supporting over 100 small charities across the UK such as Rising Sun Domestic Violence and Abuse Service (in Kent); Cerebral Palsy Scotland and Leeds Black Elders Association (LBEA).

The past few years have been incredibly hard for a lot of people. The pandemic coupled with the cost-of-living crisis means that many now rely on local charities for food, care, counselling, companionship, and survival.

The money raised through the Kent House Draw will help Global’s Make Some Noise to fund a service providing safety and shelter to some of Kent’s most disadvantaged young women at Rising Sun; specialist physio, speech and language and occupational therapy to 0-3 year olds with mobility impairments at Cerebral Palsy Scotland and a project building confidence for isolated elders leaving the house after 2 years of restrictions at LBEA, alongside many more vital projects helping thousands of people to feel well, feel safe, feel included and feel prepared.

This innovative fundraising campaign with Omaze will give the charity a minimum donation of £100,000 guaranteed and has a target raise of at least £500,000.

The draw is backed by musician, Smooth Radio & Classic FM presenter and Global’s Make Some Noise supporter Myleene Klass, who has been involved with the charity since 2016.

Myleene Klass said: “The partnership between Global’s Make Some Noise and Omaze is fantastic – it’s raising money and awareness for so many small, but still hugely important charities.

 “Everyone who enters the draw is helping to support these incredibly worthwhile causes – and someone is also going to be in 00-Heaven when they win this stunning house that wouldn’t look out of place in a Bond film.”

Jo Kenrick, Chair of Trustees at Global’s Make Some Noise said: “We are so excited and proud to be partnering with Omaze on the Kent House Draw. 

“Global’s Make Some Noise supports over 100 brilliant small charities. We give them a voice and fund their crucial services including homelessness projects, mental health and domestic abuse helplines, disability and carer support, and employment programmes.

“I see the important work these amazing charities do. They are often unsung heroes, making a real difference to the most vulnerable in communities across the UK.

“Right now, demands on their services are increasing and the need for support is growing. Make Some Noise is dedicated to improving lives by partnering with small charities. 

“Money raised through the Kent House Draw will help continue this vital work, so thank you to everyone who chooses to take part.”

James Oakes at Omaze said: “We’re honoured to be partnering with Global’s Make Some Noise for this House Draw. By offering this dream beachfront property on the coast of Kent, we’re not only giving people the chance to win an amazing house, but also raising money and introducing charities to brand new audiences. 

“We’re incredibly proud that the Omaze community has already raised £5,750,000 for UK charities since we launched in 2020.” 

Draw entries for the Omaze Million Pound House Draw, Kent are available now at The draw closes on Sunday 25th September 2022 for online entries and Tuesday 27th September, 2022 for postal entries.

Draw entries for the current Omaze Million Pound House Draw, a £3,000,000, four-bedroom property in Cornwall – raising crucial funds for Blood Cancer UK are available at The Cornwall Draw closes on the 31st July 2022 for online entries and Tuesday 2nd August 2022 for postal entries.

For full terms and conditions, see No purchase necessary to enter. Over 18s and UK residents only.

About Omaze UK:

Omaze is an online fundraising platform that offers the chance to win once-in-a-lifetime experiences and prizes to support non-profits around the world. Through the Omaze platform in the UK, to date £5.75 million has been raised for Teenage Cancer Trust, British Heart Foundation, The Prince’s Trust, NSPCC’s Childline, GOSH Charity, Cancer Research UK, Alzheimer’s Research UK and the RSPCA since its UK launch, the brand’s first market outside the United States.

Omaze is listed on the Fundraising Regulator’s register of approved professional fundraisers in the UK and is committed to upholding good fundraising practice.

About Global’s Make Some Noise:

Global’s Make Some Noise is a national charity, established in 2014, which improves the lives of disadvantaged people by working with small and local charities across the UK. The charity believes everyone deserves to feel safe, feel well, feel included and prepared for the future. It works across four key areas: providing shelter and safety, supporting physical and mental health, preventing isolation and improving life skills. The charity is keeping crucial

services going, such as food banks, domestic violence and mental health helplines, carer support, community projects and employment programmes. Make Some Noise is proud to be a voice for small charities. They raise awareness of some of the biggest issues affecting our society by working with Global, the Media & Entertainment Group.

Global’s Make Some Noise is an appeal operated by Global Charities, a registered charity in England and Wales (1091657) and Scotland (SC041475). More information is available at

Media Enquiries: Global Communications Team on 0207 054 8090 or


How could donations help Global’s Make Some Noise?


  • £100,000 could pay for 3 full-time mental health counsellors for one whole year, providing life-saving support to people affected by domestic abuse, homelessness, and suicidal thoughts.
  • £100,000 could provide vital support to 1,400 people experiencing homelessness through expert advice on housing, benefits, wellbeing, and work, helping them to transform their lives.
  • Through the cost-of-living crisis this year, £250,000 could support almost 5,000 people facing poverty, giving them access to basic essentials including food, hygiene products and baby equipment, as well as providing expert advice to help families live healthier and happier lives.
  • £500,000 could provide essential practical, physical and emotional support to over 10,000 people whose lives have been affected by illness, disability or poor mental health, helping them to overcome difficult life challenges.
  • £750,000 could provide life-changing support to 13,200 people facing bereavement, domestic abuse, or unemployment, through funding 27 brilliant small charity projects.
  • £1,000,000 could fund vital projects at 40 brilliant small charities for one year, helping almost 19,000 vulnerable people across the UK to feel well, feel safe, feel included and feel prepared.