FANCY living in a house like this?

This £1.8m mansion could be yours for just £5 after the owners decided to raffle off the property. 

The five-bedroomed Grade II listed stately home sits two miles outside of Tarvin near Chester and has been used as a filming location for TV's The Forsyte Saga.

Owners Helena and John Rowton first put Burton Hall on the market in 2014 after a huge restoration project which started in January 2007. 

But after the house failed to sell, the family decided to try something different. 

Entrants must pay £5 to enter the 'Spot the ball' competition to win the house. 

The competition will run until April 2, 2019 or when the target value of £2.5m has been reached. 

As well as the house, the prize also includes:

  • £50,000 cash
  • Bespoke furniture and fittings
  • Two fireplaces for open fires
  • Oak library and study area
  • Three living rooms
  • Walk in pantry, laundry and utility room
  • Two formal dining rooms
  • Service from kitchen by a pulley system Dumb Waiter
  • A music room with full size Schiedmayer Grand Piano
  • Elizabethan gardens with formal parterre
  • Rose garden with bespoke gazebo and obelisks
  • Stables with space for two stalls and tack room
  • Tractor-mower and log store
  • Outdoor kennels
  • Large pond teeming with wildlife - small boat for fishing

If the target is not met, the prize will be substituted with a cash prize.

To enter, click here. 

It's not the first time a home owner has raffled off their property.

Last year a woman from Warrington won a house worth £800,000 after spending £2 on a raffle ticket.