If you're thinking about getting your foot on the property ladder, but your bank balance is saying other things, then a fella from Scotland might be the answer to your prayers because he's raffling off his very swish gaff for just £2.50.
The beautiful home, which is valued at £570,000, is tastefully decorated throughout and has plenty of original features, if that's your bag.
Writing on the drawahouse.com website, the house's owner says: "I guess the question that personally 'triggers' me the most is: is this a scam? That's always a sore one.
"So, before I move on. I'm originally from a small village just outside Airdrie called Chapelhall and if I was asked if I would ever own this house? The answer would be (with an accent that hasn't left me) 'Nae chance'.
"My parents still live in the area and brought me up with solid 'values'. I don't need to steal and I also respect that people in life have to work extremely hard to get money. So, the £2.50 fee was to make it accessible for everyone, I just dislike the idea of people being 'priced out'.
"I have further reduced the risk to everyone by no one having to make a payment at present. The idea is simple order tickets and I will let you know when to pay. I then don't get accused of 'hoarding' monies or making interest etc."
To enter you'll need to go the website and answer the multiple choice question: "Which year was Airdrie's observatory first established?" Only correct answers will be entered into the raffle so make sure you know your history before you click.
Once you've done that you need to commit to how many tickets you'd like before entering your details on the next page. You don't need to pay any cash at this point and will only be asked to stump up the dosh until the competition closes, which will be later this year.
You can find out more about the competition here and, if you win and are looking for a house mate, let me know.
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