The owners of a £3million mansion are raffling it off after previous sales fell through.
Tickets are on sale at £25 each, with the couple having to sell 120,000 to reach the house’s value.
Avon Place owners Mark and Sharon Beresford, owners of decided to put the house - designed by Huf Haus and located near Ringwood - up for raffle after successive sales fell through principally due to stamp duty rates.
The couple bought the plot in 2000 and decided to use German company Huf Haus that manufactures prefabricated houses to create their new home.
The Mirror has reported that the couple have offered a brand new £160,000 Aston Martin DV 11 as a prize for the runner-up, as an incentive for people to buy more tickets.
It added that although ticket sales had been slow in recent months, they had recently picked up as people buy them as Christmas presents.
Running costs of the property are estimated at £700 a month and includes rates, electricity, gas, water, sewerage, and annual servicing.
Avon Place boasts outstanding views with river frontage, sitting 50 feet above the river on the edge of the escarpment and has its very own cinema.
It isn’t just the six bedroom house the lucky winner will get but all fitted furniture is included in the prize, including: all kitchen appliances, fully fitted cinema with screen, sound system, six reclining red leather chairs and fitted carpets, curtains, and blinds.
Stamp duty will be paid for by the owners, as will solicitors’ costs of up to £1,500 including VAT.
For full details and to enter the draw visit winamegahome.co.uk.