Bristol Cottage Raffle – Roselands Stunning Period House comes up for raffle
This enviable period cottage is valued at around £1 million and your could own it for just £2. This Bristol cottage raffle will be a life changing experience for the new owner of Roselands.
We call this a cottage because that is how it looks but it has been extended to over 4,000 square feet and now boasts 17 rooms. It was originally constructed during 1829 on a plot of half an acre close to the River Avon just 10 minutes into the centre of Bristol.
The owner, Tricia Hamilton wants to relocate to Surrey to be closer to her family. She hopes to sell 500,000 tickets to realise the value of the house plus costs. The winner of this cottage will be mortgage free.
The competition is expect to last for six months. If insufficient tickets are sold the winner will receive the raffle money substituting costs. Entrants will be expected to answer and historical question.
This Bristol cottage raffle competition is being is being run from the owners website at https://www.winmyhouse.online/
The is also a YouTube video which you can see below. It does look beautiful, modern yet with many of the original features maintained.
We will publish more details of the Roselands Raffle as they become available but you can sign up direct on the site to be added to the email list.
The UK Gambling Commission has published a warning to home-owners who are contemplating holding a house raffle to take legal advice before doing so.
Other Property Raffles
There has been a successful raffle an 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 UK property raffle websites can be visited here.