Northampton House Raffle closing date is Wednesday 1st February 2018

Northampton House RaffleKirstie Searle is disposing of the family home by means of a Northampton house raffle which is due to close on 1st February 2018. The ticket price is just £2.

They need to sell half a million tickets for the raffle to be successful. The money raised will go towards purchasing to home outright including stamp duty and legal fees. The winner will win the house outright and it will be mortgage free.

Entrants will need to answer a simple question, in which year was the house first sold as a new build. There are also free entries available but only entries with the correct answer will be entered in the draw. Free and paid entries will be treated equally.

If the minimum target is reached a donation of £10,000 will be  made to each of the following charities;

Cancer Research UK Kids &Teens.
Alzheimer’s Society.
Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance.

Entry to the competition is by means of first class post. Payment of the correct postage is required. Any entries received after the closing date will not be accepted.

If the winner of the draw cannot be contacted within 21 days a new winner will be chosen at random.

The competition can be entered by following the instructions given on the website

Terms and Conditions apply. There will be no refunds.

The House

This modern five bedroom detached home is located on Lang Farm in Daventry.

The house is set over two levels.  The ground floor is open plan with the lounge and dining room with patio doors to the garden. The kitchen breakfast room is also generously sized. There is also a 5th bedroom/study with an en-suite shower room, utility room and downstairs cloakroom.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms, the master bedroom is en-suite and there is also a family bathroom.

The house has a generous enclosed garden and ample car parking and it is a corner plot with seating areas and mature conifer trees.

What will happen if they don’t sell enough entries? 

Should they not hit the minimum target of 500,000 sold entries by 1st November they will have the option to determine that enough entries have been received for the house to still be the prize given. They also say they will have the option to extend the competition by up to 3 months. The third option is to offer the cash pot as a prize.

UPDATE – This Northampton house raffle was extended by 3 months.

Other Property Raffles

There has been a successful raffle and it now they a very popular way to sell you home. Lady Melling won Melling Manor in a raffle together with the title. She purchased 20 tickets for just £2 each and prize netted her an £800,000 home in Lancashire.

Other raffles are currently under way across the UK, you can visit the websites here.