HIGH-END LONDON APARTMENT UP FOR GRABS FOR £5
Become the proud owner of a quirky flat in one of the most exciting cities of the world just in time for the Christmas holidays.
It is no news that the predicted slowdown in the UK housing market has finally arrived. What’s newsworthy, however, is that an apartment valued at about £1,000,000 could be acquired with just £5. With many homeowners struggling to sell their houses at good prices, one Knightsbridge owner is taking a creative approach to selling his apartment. The apartment offered for sale for nearly one million pounds over a year ago would have a new owner before the end of the year. All the lucky winner has to do is simply purchase a ticket for a token of £5 answer a question, and a lower ground floor flat set in an imposing listed building could become theirs.
The monthly house price index indicates that house prices in London have dropped for the third month in a row and this might just be the best period to acquire an apartment. But to think that any apartment at all could be acquired for a meager £5 is simply incredulous. What’s more fascinating is that the apartment is a high-end apartment, fully equipped and furnished. Comprising a double bedroom, a separate sleeping area with a full-sized bunk bed, stylish bathroom and a large reception area, the house is perfect for virtually all purposes; whether for a weekend away, as a holiday resort, or a residential apartment.
“As a family, we have all enjoyed living here and it will be sad to leave. It is so close to all the amenities and tourist attractions and yet so peaceful in this beautiful square. It really is perfect.” If the apartment being located in arguably the most exciting city in the world is not enough motivation to purchase the ticket, the fact that it is a stone throw from Knightsbridge’s famous restaurants, the Sloane Street shops and the world-famous National History Museum should surely suffice.
Being a supporter of the homeless, the homeowner has vowed to donate a percentage of the revenue made from ticket sales to the less privileged. This added perk should serve as an extra incentive to purchase the competition ticket, providing a noble opportunity to be a part of helping the homeless. Remember, like in any prize draw, the more tickets purchased by an individual, the higher the person’s chances of claiming the prize. So, go on and purchase as many tickets as you can and emerge as the proud owner of an apartment in London just in time for Christmas.
More information and ticket purchase details can be found at http://www.winaknightsbridgeflat.com/