Impressive Rural farmhouse near Shrewsbury in Shropshire
Closing Date: 10-Feb-2020
The Property PrizeProperty Type: House
Market Value: £545,000
The CompetitionTicket Cost: £2
Target Ticket Sales: 280,000
Shrubbery Farm is in a semi-rural location near a village south of Shrewsbury and near to the Welsh border.
The house is over a hundreds years old but has been extended and modernised relatively recently, is has three bedrooms in the main house as well as a characterful farmhouse style kitchen plus three reception rooms. Additionally there is a self-contained annex with another bedroom or office/games rooms. The property has a moderate sized garden and a large drive area to the front, it backs onto the grounds of an ancient church.
The competition requires answering a question which is standard practise to offically differentiate from a lottery under UK law. The terms and conditions include payment of stamp duty and legal fees and make a point of being fair to entrants by giving away 90% of proceeds if the minimum number of ticket sales is not reached.
Competition OutcomeWinning Prize: Property
The draw took place on the 14th Feb and the house was given away as the prize to a lucky lady called Jemma from Birmingham. See the full story of the winner on ITV: https://www.itv.com/news/central/2020-02-14/winner-revealed-of-500-000-country-house-as-23-year-old-who-still-lives-at-home-with-her-parents/
and also on the BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-shropshire-51507723