Millionaires are sometimes a little eccentric and surprising, sometimes they’re also incredibly generous. This English millionaire who lives near Tiverton, Devon, has a magnificent property that he no longer needs. And he’s not selling the ‘Millionaire Mansion’, he’s just raffling it off.
So if you are keen to own a mansion, and to have a housekeeper, gardener, fully stocked wine cellar and a Rolls-Royce thrown in, you need to enter the competition.
The mansion is valued at £2.3 Million (Approximately INR 20 Crores) and the raffle tickets cost just £10.5 (INR 900).
Not only the raffle ticket is inexpensive, but the millionaire is donating a portion of the sales to a charity.
THE MILLIONAIRE MANSION
The Millionaire mansion has four huge master bedrooms, entertainment areas, a library, extraordinary kitchen, a magnificent landscaped garden, a three-hole golf course – because everyone needs a golf course – a swimming pool, gym and cottage.
The wine cellar has hundreds of bottles of good wine in it. And then, of course, the tractor, the quad bike and all the furniture get thrown in too.
As a bonus, the winner will get an additional £50,000 (Approximately INR 43 Lakhs) and, wait for it, 600 light bulbs.
FOR THE FAMILY
Running the Millionaire Mansion costs money. But, it’s not the money-thought that is making this millionaire raffle off his property. In fact, It’s his family.
The owner who is remaining anonymous wants to be closer to his two grandchildren who live a few hours away. He’s a kind and generous man who also likes to have some fun.
Raffling off his mansion is fun. But it’s also smart as £2 (INR 170) from every ticket sold goes to charity. Definitely, it’s a good way to raise funds.
You too can go online and enter right now. The millionaire is hoping to sell over 500,000 tickets in the next year, netting a total of over £5.25 Million (INR 45 Crores) in sales.
Well, here is a simple question for you as a practice – ‘Where is Nelson’s Fleet?’
The entrant can choose an answer from either Trafalgar Square, a museum in London or The Mall. Do you know the answer? You can, of course, use Google!
And if you don’t win, there are apparently a few consolation prizes too!
The millionaire is selling raffle tickets to sell off his extraordinary property for charity, but you never know, you might be a winner too.
Enter the contest and yes, share it with your friend on Facebook if you wish to see them own the Millionaire Mansion.