After several unsuccessful attempts to sell his £845,000 mansion, Dunstan Low decided to offer it is in the lottery. Thus, if you’re extremely lucky it can be yours for the price of raffle ticket – £2. It is six-bed country mansion in the English county of Lancashire which together with the estate Low asks £845,000. He hopes to sell £500,000 of the £2 tickets via his website, covering the value of the house and costs including “stamp duty and legal fees, to complete any last minute jobs to ensure the house is as perfect as possible for the next owner”.
If the number of sold tickets would be higher, he will donate £25,000 to the St John’s Hospice charity.
Low bought this villa in 2011 for £435,000, but on the renovation he spent £150,000. The difficult situation has forced him to sell it, but nobody answered on the ad, because the villa was too expensive. Then he lowered the price to £650,000, but the home has still failed to attract a buyer.
However, the lucky winner awaits the Grade II home with its own theater, six bedrooms, a large family bathroom and kitchenas well as a huge garden and parking space for six cars.