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Woman Raffling Two-Bedroom House And Range Rover For £1 Per Ticket

Woman Raffling Two-Bedroom House And Range Rover For £1 Per Ticket

A woman from Newcastle has decided to raffle off her house and Range Rover for just £1 per ticket before she moves in with her boyfriend. You can take a virtual tour of the gaff by watching the video below.

Thirty-year-old Lauren Turnbull had the bright idea to hold the raffle for her two-bedroom house in Hazlerigg - as well as her 2015 Range Rover Evoque - in order to give somebody else a piece of luck, as she feels she's had.

Lauren is moving in with her boyfriend, Glenn Smith, also 30, and wanted to pay it forward a bit and help another person out.

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She only bought the house last year, and has spent the intervening time kitting it out to a high standard.

Credit: Chronicle Live
Credit: Chronicle Live

But she's heading into Glenn's house in South Gosforth, so hopes to sell 200,000 tickets at £1 each to turn a profit on the house.

She's done it through a competition app called Raffall, which will take a 10 percent cut of the total - but £180,000 isn't bad at all, is it?

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Lauren told Chronicle Live: "I just thought with this year being so bad I really wanted to give someone a bit of good luck.

"Three weeks ago my partner sent me a link of a person raffling a home and I though that was a great idea.

"I thought it would be a positive way to end the year and it will make the lucky winner very happy."

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"I have worked hard all my life and put myself through university. I have my own house and a nice car and I thought if I raffle them, I could make someone else's life better with a £1 raffle entry.

"I purchased the house in January last year and it was on the market for £97,500. I have had damp proofing done, I revamped the house, re-decorated and have dramatically changed the garden."

She continued: "I threw the car in as well as an incentive. It is worth somewhere between £18,000 and £20,000. It would make a lovely prize to have a house and car.

"But you've got to be in it to win it.

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"The raffle ends on November 30 but if all the tickets sell sooner then so will the raffle."

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Credit: Chronicle Live

On the official Raffall website - where you can buy your ticket - Lauren wrote: "If you are my lucky winner, you will receive this well presented two bedroom semi-detached property, located in Newcastle Upon Tyne, along with a 2015 Range Rover Evoque Dynamic!

"The deal includes all legal fees and stamp duty.

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"The property has been updated with modern deco throughout, with spacious rooms set out over two floors."

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Tom Wood

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