SubscribeAvailable Now

Children’s Hospital Colorado’s Mighty Millions Raffle Grand Prize Showhome Is a Design-Lover’s Dream

Take a peek inside the 2020 Mighty Millions Raffle’s grand prize: a $2.4-million home with interiors by Denver super-designer Andrea Schumacher.


Enter the Children’s Hospital Colorado Mighty Millions Raffle this year, and you’ll have pretty good odds (1 in 15, to be exact) of winning one of more than 8,600 prizes, ranging from a 2020 Range Rover Velar—plus lots of bonus cash—to gift cards galore. But if every raffle ticket is sold this year, you’ll have a 1 in 125,000 chance of winning the ultimate prize—the $2.4-million Grand Prize showhome decorated by top Denver designer Andrea Schumacher, plus $786,800—which are pretty good odds compared to, say, Powerball.

While the showhome is currently closed to public viewing due to the coronavirus pandemic, there’s perhaps never been a better time to support Children’s Hospital Colorado, a nonprofit that provides world-class care to kids of all ages and is facing increasing demand in response to COVID-19.

So what do you have to lose? Escape the news cycle and imagine your family taking up residence in this dream home:

Photo courtesy Children’s Hospital Colorado Mighty Millions Raffle

Located in the foothills at 15201 Dinosaur Ridge Road, within Morrison’s Montane community, the brand-new custom contemporary home built by Ades Design Builders offers more than 6,700 square feet of living space, all professionally decorated by Andrea Schumacher Interiors. Designed to accommodate a large family and lots of guests, it includes six bedrooms and 6.5 baths, plus plenty of workspaces and a walkout lower level with family and fitness rooms.

Photo courtesy Children’s Hospital Colorado Mighty Millions Raffle

On the main floor, an open floor plan allows for a seamless flow from the large entertaining kitchen to a sunny dining room and a living room with vaulted, wood-paneled ceilings and a two-story fireplace. Furnishings show off Schumacher’s glamorous style, which is never shy on color or texture. The great room, kitchen, and dining area open onto a 500-square-foot patio with views of the surrounding foothills. With a cozy fire pit, a large roof overhang for shade, and plenty of inviting seating options, it’s a second living room for all but the snowiest days.

Photo courtesy Children’s Hospital Colorado Mighty Millions Raffle

The second-floor master suite includes a spacious bedroom with a fireplace clad in sleek, matte-black tiles, an adjacent private patio, and gorgeous, texture-rich furnishings. There’s also a bedroom-size walk-in closet and a master bathroom with dual vanities.

Photo courtesy Children’s Hospital Colorado Mighty Millions Raffle

“We wanted it to be really Zen,” Schumacher says of the serene master bathroom, which features a freestanding soaking tub and a glass-walled shower with river-rock accents and a teak bench.

Photo courtesy Children’s Hospital Colorado Mighty Millions Raffle

The walkout lower level is designed for gatherings of all ages, with a family room for movie nights, a fitness room, game area with bar, a reading nook beneath the stairs, and, up a short, kid-friendly ladder, a hidden playroom designed just for little ones.

The details: Tickets may be purchased online or by phone at 844-514-2126. Tickets are 1 for $100; packages of 3 tickets are $250; 5-ticket packages are $375; and the Mighty Pack (which includes 6 raffle tickets and 7 “100 Days of Winning Cash Calendar Add-On” tickets) is $500. The raffle will end on the final ticket sales deadline of May 1, 2020, at midnight MST, or when all 125,000 tickets are sold. For more information, visit

Editors' Picks


Keep me up to date on the latest trends and happenings around Denver. 5280 has a newsletter for everyone.

Sign Up