Hospital lottery winner chooses Fort Langley home

The Deley family chose a new home in Bedford Landing when they won the Children's Hospital Foundation Dream Lottery.

Global News sports anchor Barry Deley was the grand prize winner of this year’s British Columbia Children’s Hospital Foundation Dream Lottery — and his choice was to move to Fort Langley and take the prize home there, located at Bedford Landing.

After learning of his win on Oct. 31, the Deley family faced the choice of five different prize packages. Between multiple prize homes, cash prizes of varying amounts, dream vacations and new cars, Barry Deley selected one of the Headwater estate homes at Bedford Landing.

Bedford Landing is an award-winning master planned community by ParkLane Homes. Located along the waterfront in Fort Langley, it is close to top schools, outdoor recreation, and a rich array of local amenities in downtown Fort Langley.

The Headwater Homes Series in Bedford Landing are located directly on the waterfront, with views of Bedford Channel and Brae Island Regional Park. Ranging from 3,900 — 4,200 square feet, these estate homes have been designed for luxurious comfort in everyday, family life.

Headwater Series homes have won multiple awards for their intelligent floorplans and interior design.

The Deley family includes Barry, his wife Katherine, and their three children, who were just accepted into the Fort Langley Fine Arts School.

His daughters are thrilled, as the move from Port Moody townhome to a five-bedroom estate home means they are now able to add a pet cat to their family.

“Our entire family is very excited to move into our new dream home. It really is perfect for us, and I think the new kitty will love it too,” Barry Deley said.

The story of his win while live on Global BC TV has gone viral, and he was recently featured as a guest on The Ellen Show.

The Dream Lottery is one of the B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation’s annual lotteries. All proceeds from ticket sales go towards the B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation. The Foundation’s lotteries have raised over $30 million in the past 11 years.

ParkLane Homes has been recognized with more than 300 provincial and national awards for its outstanding design, construction and service excellence. The company has built more than 6,000 homes in 100 communities across the Lower Mainland since 1980, and has become one of the largest and most recognized residential developers in B.C.

The company’s commitment to building excellence in every detail resulted in being named Canada’s Top Homebuilder in 2010 by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association.

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