A multi-million pound house on the north Norfolk coast is the prize of an RNLI fundraiser.

The lucky winner of the Omaze draw would get the Blakeney house and £100,000 cash.

Blakeney Bliss was designed by couple Lisa Lipscomb and Daniel Broch, owners of Southport resort Bliss Hotel, and went up for sale last April for £6m.

The five-bedroom home took just three weeks to build with things such as the kitchen being built off-site and then installed.

Eastern Daily Press: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: Omaze)

Eastern Daily Press: The yoga room, near the sea roomThe yoga room, near the sea room (Image: Omaze)

It is almost 10,000sqft and uses windows, balconies, terraces, sliding doors and roof lanterns to maximise its views over Blakeney’s famous saltmarshes.

There are views of the harbour and from the dedicated ‘sea room’, set between the ground and first floor, you get uninterrupted views out towards the North Sea.

The plot, situated off Morston Road, had a 1960s house on it which was demolished to make way for Bliss Blakeney.

The house has an Everyman Cinema, a steam room, spa area, gym and heated outdoor swimming pool, all centred around a Moroccan-style courtyard.

Eastern Daily Press: The living room has views of the marshesThe living room has views of the marshes (Image: Omaze)

Eastern Daily Press: One of the five bedroomsOne of the five bedrooms (Image: Omaze)

It is heated by wood pellets that fuel a biomass boiler and has an air recovery system, which changes the air throughout the house.

The Cabin, a self-contained four-bedroom wing which is run as a holiday let, went up in three days.

People can enter on the Omaze website with 15 entries for £10, 40 for £25, 85 for £50 and 320 for £150.

Eastern Daily Press: The heated outdoor poolThe heated outdoor pool (Image: Omaze)

Eastern Daily Press: The separate officeThe separate office (Image: Omaze)

Online entry will close on August 28 and the winner will be announced on September 1.

There are no legal fees or stamp duty for the winner to pay for.

Furnishings, appliances and tech seen in photos are included and it costs £1,780 a month to run the house.

Once the winner owns the house, it can be sold or transferred to another.