20 Years of Dreams.
For decades, we have been the proud builder of the Minto Dream Home, the grand prize of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) Dream of a Lifetime Lottery. Since 2001, the Lottery raised over $65 million to give children a fighting chance and change the lives of thousands of families who rely on the care provided by CHEO each year. The Minto Dream Home is a chance for us to design something beautiful while helping keep our community happy, healthy, and hopeful.
The 2020 Minto Dream Home
Introducing: The Bohemian
This year's Minto Dream Home is boho-chic, an inherently contradicting style that reflects both global art history (the boho) and sophistication (the chic), with layers of organic and earthy texture. Drawing from Spanish, Middle Eastern and Moorish influences, the Bohemian interior is shaped by an eclectic style that encourages you to fill your home with the things that bring you joy, creating a home environment that is uniquely you.
Dream in Mahogany, Manotick
The Minto Dream Home returns to Mahogany, embodying the quintessential Manotick charm you’ve come to expect with natural features including the ponds, parks, river and woodlot. The Bohemian with its stunning exterior stone, wraparound porch supported by square columns, and spectacular gables, authentically reflects the architecture of historic Manotick and Watson's Mill - making the Bohemian feel right at home in Mahogany.
Tickets on sale now
Tickets for the CHEO Dream of a Lifetime Lottery are now on sale.
Get your ticket today, and help change the lives of thousands of families who rely on the care provided by CHEO.
Discover Mahogany, Manotick
Mahogany is a quiet, close-knit community of winding streets surrounded by nature, parks and ponds, thoughtfully designed to reflect the warmth and character of Manotick’s village charm.
Decades of designs
We're celebrating the Minto Dream Homes of decades past by taking a trip down memory lane. From our very first home in Chapman Mills to today’s stunning CHEO grand prize, take a closer look at 20 years of designs and homes that went the distance — and helped raise some serious funds ($65 million so far) for our friends at CHEO.