This £5.25m Hertfordshire mansion could be yours for just £13.50
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Ever fancied owning a Georgian Grade II listed home set in four fabulous acres of Hertfordshire countryside?
Well now’s your chance – and it could set you back a mere £13.50.
Between South Mimms and Barnet is Dancers Hill House, a six bed dream home with its own one-and-a-half acre lake stocked with more than 2,000 fish.
Built in 1760, its features include a gym, a wine room and a cinema room, covering a total area of approximately 7,500 square feet.
Owner Melanie Walsh and her husband decided earlier this year that, after a quarter of a century at the house, the time was right to move on: “We bought Dancers Hill House 27 years ago when our three boys were small - we brought it back from nothing, it was totally neglected.
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“Now they have families of their own, the house is too big for us and we’ve decided to sell.”
They started marketing the property for £6.25m with Statons earlier this year in a package that also included a separate cottage in the grounds.
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But thanks to “the gloom of Brexit and high stamp duty ruining the property market”, the home remained on the market, prompting Melanie to adopt a more modern approach to making a sale.
The prize, without the bonus cottage, is valued at £5.25m - and “for the price of a glass of wine and a sandwich” it could all be yours.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply visit the website www.windancershillhouse.com, pay your £13.50 and answer a question linked to the property.
Melanie has her fingers crossed that there will be enough entrants to make the competition a success, adding: “If it works, what fun!”