first_imgBed, balcony and beach in one.Carol and Kerry Amps did win the charity lottery.The former New South Wales couple had just moved out of a caravan when they won 67 Jefferson Lane in the 2014 prize draw. “It was basically the first ticket book, a $20 book, that we had bought in four years,” Mrs Amps said. “We were in total disbelief.” The latest RSL Art Union raffle prize is an apartment block on Jefferson Lane at Palm Beach worth $4.1 million.Now, a sixth prize home on Jefferson Lane is up for grabs.But the winner of RSL Art Union’s $4.1 million prize won’t just own one home but an entire apartment block.The complex is open for the public to view, and has attracted high interest. The location is priceless.“We joke that we should rename Jefferson Lane, RSL Lane or Art Union Ave,” Ms Bishop said.The latest prize also includes $304,661 worth of furniture and electrical appliances, as well as a saltwater pool, barbecue area and secure parking for 10 cars.Ms Bishop said the winner of the last RSL Art Union prize for 2017, drawn just three days before Christmas would be set for life.“Renting this five-apartment prize home would earn the winner about $209,560 a year,” she said.“Of course, they could become a landlord, keep and live in one apartment and earn a significant rental income off the remaining four apartments.“No matter what they decide this is going to be one lucky winner.”Tickets for this prize are $10. The draw closes at 6pm on December 16 and will be drawn on December 22. Visit for tickets. Kerry and Carol Amps are former RSL Art Union prize home winners.After living in the luxury beachfront pad for six months, they decided to move on.“It gave us options for our future, a very comfortable lifestyle for our retirement,” Mrs Amps said. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours agoThe Amps were able to help their family financially and tick some destinations off their travel bucket list as a result of the sale.They kept their feet firmly on the ground however, keeping their old cars, and bought a Currumbin Valley acreage home, that was ironically sold by a Boystown prize home winner.“We have a large family and the valley property is more practical,” Mrs Amps said. People are flocking to view the property and snap up tickets. The view from the penthouse of the latest RSL Art Union prize apartment block at Palm Beach.Locals Les and Glenda Locock said they would be “blown away” to win after they inspected the property. “We might keep the penthouse for a holiday,” said Mr Locock.RSL Art Union General Manager Tracey Bishop said the winner of the 13-bedroom, 11-bathroom prize would be the lottery’s luckiest ever.“It will be a dream come true for the lucky ticketholder, who will win an entire apartment complex in one of the most sought-after locations in Australia,” Ms Bishop said.“This prize is five homes in one, including for the first time ever, a two-storey penthouse with superb ocean views from Surfers Paradise to Currumbin from both levels and four two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments.“This is the luckiest street in Australia and this will be the country’s richest prize homegiveaway.”RSL Art Union has awarded more than $20 million in luxury property in the one street over the past three years.center_img Demand is high for beachfront homes.“It’s very rare an opportunity to buy on this street comes along,” Mr Dowker said.“Currently absolute beachfront on Jefferson Lane has a medium price of $3.35 million andthere are no properties for sale. You’d have better luck living on this street if you won the lottery.” Five properties have been given away on the one street. More than $20 million in luxury property has been awarded on Jefferson Lane over the past three years.IS this Gold Coast street the luckiest street in the country?Five multimillion-dollar beachside homes on Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach have been won by RSL Art Union ticket holders over the past three years. Ray White real estate agent Troy Dowker, who has sold more than 40 beachside properties at Palm Beach said demand for homes on Jefferson Lane was extremely strong. With views like these, it’s no wonder Jefferson Lane is so sought after.last_img