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$4.6 Million Estate Auction For Special Olympics

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(FOX 11 / CNS) FOX 11 was invited to an open house and tour of a $4.6 million estate that will be raffled off as part of the Special Olympics Southern California's 2014 Dream House Raffle.

Sandra Endo with SOSC CEO Bill Shumard and SOSC Team USA athletes. The raffle fundraiser will assist SOSC in sending 55 athletes to New Jersey in June for the USA Games.

From Sandra Endo:

Win a $4.6 million dollar Calabasas  mansion or $3M in cash for buying a lucky raffle ticket to benefit the Special Olympics of Southern California.

This is the fifth annual dream house raffle. While the grand prize is the mansion, they're also offering a Mini Cooper or Audi a4 and vacations to Costa Rica and Venice, Italy to name a few.

Last year the organization netted $2M from the raffle.

Tickets are $150 each and are on sale now at www.socalraffle.com or by calling 800-816-6108.

The grand prize drawing is in May.

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