PALOS VERDES DREAM HOUSE RAFFLE
GRAND PRIZE – Midcentury Pasadena Estate or $5,000,000 CASH
Tickets $150 each, 3-packs $400, 5-packs $600
Call 888.528.8805 24/7 Entry Forms HERE
A Midcentury Modern Estate in Pasadena, CA – or $5,000,000 – is just a $150 raffle ticket away for the lucky winner of the 2019 Palos Verdes Dream House Raffle. The first and oldest house raffle licensed in California, proceeds help fund Palos Verdes Art Center’s exhibition, education, and outreach programs, making the visual arts available, accessible and affordable in Los Angeles County.
Designed by acclaimed architects Thornton Ladd and John Kelsey in 1962 as a Modernist Roman Villa for Kelsey and his family, this three bedroom, three and a half bath residence wraps around a pool open to the sky and features floor to ceiling glass, a formal dining room paneled in bleached teak, terrazzo, and concrete slab floors, and a guest house with full bath and separate entrance – sited on a woodsy, secluded property in Pasadena above the Annandale Golf Club.
PHOTOS AND MORE HERE
Proceeds from the 17th annual Palos Verdes Dream House Raffle, the first and oldest house raffle licensed in California, benefit the 87-year-old Palos Verdes Art Center’s exhibition, education, and outreach programs, making the visual arts available, accessible and affordable.
Funds raised by the Palos Verdes Dream House Raffle directly support PVAC programs such as ‘Art at Your Fingertips’, a school-based outreach program reaching over 7,000 grade school children annually that inspires kids to tap into their creative abilities by teaching art skills. The raffle also supports such initiatives as the Center’s ‘Special Mornings,’ which offers special needs students from the Los Angeles Unified School District a chance to explore the world of art through personalized instruction and projects. Funds raised will also benefit The Studio School, which teaches year-round art classes to adults and children.
“Every ticket sold in the Palos Verdes Dream Raffle helps PVAC unlock the creativity of thousands of youth and adults who visit the Art Center and attend our classes every year.” – Joe Baker, CEO and Executive Director of the Palos Verdes Art Center.