The property in Whyteleafe, south London, is the top prize in the latest Tramway Park draw which closes at 11.59pm on December 23 – and tickets cost just £2 to enter
A stunning two-bed London flat worth £330,000 is being sold off as part of a property raffle – and tickets cost just £2.
The property in Whyteleafe, south London, is the top prize in the latest Tramway Park draw which closes at 11.59pm on December 23.
The winner will then be announced on Christmas Eve – meaning they’ll get the good news just before Christmas Day.
It’ll be down to them to decide what they do with their new home – they can either live in it, sell it or rent it out to someone else.
Spanning over 780 sq ft, the split level apartment has gorgeous high ceilings and an impressive arch window at the front.
It also comes fully furnished, so you won’t need to worry about buying anything before moving in.
The apartment is leasehold with 122 years left and also comes with allocated parking.
It is the fifth property draw set up by three brothers Daniel, 31, Jason, 37, and Will Twenefour, 35, who are owners of Tramway Park.
They named their company after the location of Daniel’s home back in 2020 – which was the first house they gave away as he struggled to get a buyer during the pandemic.
Since then, they’ve held four competitions.
The last draw saw struggling single mum and NHS worker Cynthia Kanyua win a £425,000 three-bed apartment in the commuter village of Whyteleafe in Surrey.
She had been living in social housing after escaping an abusive relationship and was just getting by when her luck changed.
Cynthia had purchased five tickets, costing her £10 in total.
Before that, another NHS worker won three apartments in the third Tramway Park raffle, where tickets cost £3 each.
Sade Oluwaleimu was “absolutely ecstatic” after winning the mortgage-free flats of different sizes in Bristol, including two one-beds and one three-bed.
Other previous winners include an NHS occupational therapist and single-mother-of-one.
Keys to a luxury pad were also handed over to a 22-year-old graduate who was struggling to scrounge up a deposit.
House raffles usually require a certain number of tickets to be sold in order for the winner to actually obtain the property.
If not enough tickets are sold, then the winner is often offered a cash prize instead, or the raffle will only end once enough tickets are purchased.
Daniel told Jam Press: “We’re really excited to be doing the final draw of the year, just in time for Christmas. It’s a time of giving and a time of surprises.”
“For one lucky person this will be a Christmas they will never forget.
“The property itself is probably my favourite of all the ones we’ve given away. Finding duplex apartment with high ceilings in the UK is quite a gem, it’s something you would typically see in New York.”
Tickets for the draw cost £2, with discounted rates if you buy more.