Overview - 2022 Spring San Francisco Bay Dream House Raffle to Benefit Yerba Buena Center For The Arts

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2022 Spring San Francisco Bay Dream House Raffle to benefit Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Win this San Francisco Bay dream house or choose $1 million in cash
over 1,000 prizes available
$5 million in total prizes
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Tickets are $150 each

3-packs for $400 • 5-packs for $550

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About the Dream House

Win this luxurious country home in prestigious George Ranch. George Ranch is roughly 1,000 acres of agricultural and residential property on the slopes of Sonoma Mountain, five miles west of the Wine Country community of Sonoma. This single level, 4,051 sq ft, 3-bedroom, 4-bath contemporary home flows seamlessly allowing easy movement between outdoor beauty and interior elegance - the epitome of Wine Country living. Open the rustic antique door and you're welcomed by the stunning open-air courtyard and the gentle sound of water as it spills over a bronze Lotus Bowl infinity fountain. Be tempted to walk into the courtyard to simply sit and absorb the peaceful fresh air and listen to the fountain. French style windows surrounding the courtyard fill the house with lovely amber sunlight, maintaining a bright home throughout the day. Glazed roof tiles imported from Japan give the courtyard just a touch of Asian serenity. The home's layout captures striking views in the three most important living spaces: the living room, kitchen, and primary bedroom.

Benefiting YBCA

Over the past 15 years, your support via the raffle has raised millions for Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. YBCA's mission is to generate culture that moves people, because culture is an essential catalyst for change. From leading-edge exhibitions, performances, and films, to groundbreaking civic programs, YBCA pursues bold new ways to transform our lives and cities through art. Your support has enabled YBCA to re-imagine what an art center can be, and how it can serve our citizens.