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£5.25m Hertfordshire mansion to be raffled for £13.50 a ticket!

PUBLISHED: 14:51 30 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:10 30 July 2018

Dancer's Hill House (photo: Statons)

Dancer's Hill House (photo: Statons)

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Buy a raffle ticket and you could be the owner of your own manor house

Shell out £13.50 on a raffle ticket and answer a question correctly and you stand a chance of winning a Grade II listed Georgian mansion currently on the market with Statons for £5.25m.

Recently refurbished Dancers Hill House (pictured above) in Bentley Heath near Potters Bar was built in 1760. It has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and seven reception rooms. The showpiece Miele-equipped kitchen opens on to a vast conservatory, and in the four acre grounds is a lake stocked with more than 2,000 fish.

The owner, whose family has lived here for more than 25 years, is pragmatic about her sales strategy: ‘In a difficult market that is in a malaise – Brexit and stamp duty all added to the pot – a creative approach was needed’.

The winning ticket will be drawn in December using a random number generating algorithm. The crunch question: Who was the reigning English monarch on Christmas Day the year Dancers Hill House was built?

The raffle is being organised through Statons.

Go to windancershillhouse.com to enter!

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