For just £2 you could Win a London Home

Update: As of May 24th we’ve hit 70% of our target (140,000 tickets) 🎉 

On June 1st we will be giving away a newly refurbished 3 bedroom house based in London in a raffle prize draw. The property will be transferred to the winner free of stamp duty and legal fees – We will be covering all of these. No catch, no gimmicks.

 

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On June 1st 2020 we will be giving away a newly refurbished 3 bedroom house based in London in a raffle prize draw. The property will be transferred to the winner free of stamp duty and legal fees – We will be covering all of these. No catch, no gimmicks.

Tickets are limited and the Prize Draw will close in just:

PRIZE DRAW

On June 1st 2020 we will be giving away a newly refurbished 3 bedroom house based in London in a raffle prize draw. The property will be transferred to the winner free of stamp duty and legal fees – We will be covering all of these. No catch, no gimmicks.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to live mortgage free. The property can be used as your main home or as a second property for investment & rental purposes. The average rental for a property of this spec is around £2k per month.

The property is located at:

Tramway Path

Mitcham

CR4 4BD

Find us on Instagram @tramwaypath

TICKETS

The entry fee for the Prize Draw is £2 per ticket and requires you to answer a question about the area.

FREE TICKET ENTRY

For a free ticket, create an account, go to ‘Refer a friend’ in your account area, share the referral link with friends and family and if they buy tickets you will receive a coupon code for one ticket.

THE DRAW

While it may seem unusual, this is a 100% legitimate competition with the very real prize of the home featured.

The closing date for entries is On May 31st 2020 at 1800hrs GMT and the winner will be drawn electronically in the presence of a solicitor and notified by email and telephone on June 1st 2020.

We hope to sell around 200,000 tickets to include transfer costs such as stamp duty and legal fees, and to complete any last minute jobs to ensure the house is as perfect as possible for the next owner.

But if 200,000 tickets are not sold, the winner will be offered 90% of the ticket receipts instead – a seriously life changing amount of money.

DONATIONS TO GOOD CAUSES

We intend to make donations to local charities and organisations related to under privileged youth such as jigsaw4u and the coronavirus such as NHS Charities Together

So get involved, win a dream home, and help others too!

What do I get?

A beautifully end of terrace family home positioned on a quiet no through road on the borders of Morden and Mitcham. The property is located directly opposite Mitcham tram stop and within close proximity to both Mitchams historic Conservation area and Morden northern line tube station combining the unique blend of prime location with peace and tranquillity

The ground floor has been designed for families to enjoy by having a separate reception room, 2nd reception with open planned kitchen/dining room with doors that lead out onto the garden. The first floor has two double bedrooms, single bedroom and a family sized bathroom.

The property will be transferred to you free of stamp duty and legal fees

 

Valuation

The property was valued in Summer 2019 by two leading estate agents at £410,000 and £415,000 respectively

 

HOUSE SPECIFICATION

 

Lounge

Double glazed bay window to front elevation, feature fire surround with gas fire point, power points, TV aeriel point, laminate flooring.

 

Kitchen / Dining Room

With a range of fitted wall and base units, part tiled walls, one and a half bowl stainless steel single unit with mixer tap, work surfaces, fitted eye level electric double oven, fitted electric hob, double glazed window to rear elevation, power points, low voltage inset spot lights, laminate wood floor and double glazed door opening to a large garden.

 

Master Bedroom

Double glazed window to front elevation, radiator, power points, TV aerial point, and laminate flooring.

 

Bedroom Two

Double glazed window to rear elevation, radiator and power points.

 

Bedroom Three

Double glazed window to front elevation, radiator, power points and laminate flooring.

 

Bathroom

Suite comprising of fully tiled walls, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, low level

WC, opaque double glazed window and tiled flooring.

 

Garden

Approx. 30ft privately fenced surround and gated side access.

Where is it?

The home is located in Mitcham, a popular south London suburb in the London Borough of Merton.

The area has recently undergone part one of a regeneration project, more information here:

https://www.merton.gov.uk/planning-and-buildings/regeneration-projects/previous-projects/mitcham-town-centre-brief

The next phase of the regeneration is being led by Clarion Housing Association, costing £1.3 billion and is expecting to provide new homes, shops, leisure facilities and open spaces. More information here: https://www.myclarionhousing.com/your-community-and-local-area/regeneration-projects/merton/

 

Eating

Locals know there are culinary gems to be found here when you know where to look. Like CHAK89, an award-winning restaurant with a reputation for serving impeccable cuisine of the highest quality. It’s famed as a banqueting venue as well as a restaurant, playing host to a stellar selection of celebrities, sportspeople and pop stars. It’s also a popular night spot for the cream of Bollywood whenever they’re in town.

 

Drinking

The Kings Arms is an old traditional pub, almost certainly Victorian and right by the open area centered on the Mitcham Clock Tower.

The Queens Head pub lies within a conservation area.

The White Hart pub is a listed 18th century building in the centre of Mitcham.

 

Culture & heritage

Mitcham appears in the Domesday Book as Michelham. But its current name derives from Anglo-Saxon times and is believed to mean ‘big settlement’. Thanks to the surrounding abundance of lavender fields the area was renowned for its soothing air, which later led people to settle here during the time of the plague. Lavender oil was distilled commercially, and local physic gardeners John Potter and William Moore founded a company to make and market toiletries from the locally-grown herb.

 

Mitcham was an important industrial centre from the end of the 18th century until the 1960s. At one time the 11-mile length of the River Wandle boasted 90 mills, producing everything from snuff and corn to dyes, gunpowder and the printed calico for which the area became world famous.  Nowadays it boasts 460 acres of green space, including woodlands, parkland and the pathways which set Mitcham Common apart from its busy surroundings. Adding to the outdoor attractions is the Mill House Ecology Centre, where you can see local conservation work in action.

 

Community & events

The annual Mitcham Carnival takes place in June on Commonside West. It’s a must for local families, with a programme of entertainment on the main stage, sporting events for kids including football, netball and BMX, and 120+ stalls. Mitcham Common itself is also a regular venue for funfairs and firework displays, making it a focus for the community throughout the year.

 

Shopping

A secret locals don’t want to let out is the Oriental Supermarket & Wholesaler Hoo Hing on Western Road selling everything needed to prepare the perfect Asian. The small café at the rear serving, value no fuss chinese food is particularly popular at weekend lunchtimes.

 

The increasingly popular supermarket chain Lidl has a branch also on Western Road. Mitcham Market is getting a new lease of life with special themed days and ‘Love Mitcham’ events boosting local traders and encouraging entrepreneurs to set up in Mitcham.

 

Schools

Local primary schools get an almost clean sweep of “good” reports from Ofsted, and there is a very large choice. For seniors, Harris Academy Morden is considered “outstanding” by the schools watchdog.

 

The other side of Mitcham

Mitcham Common is one of the most interesting and varied open spaces to be found in South Lon-don. Straddling the boroughs of Merton, Croydon and Sutton, it encompasses a 182 hectare (460 acre) site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation. It’s also part of the re-nowned Wandle Valley Regional Park