Man, 29, is raffling a posh £425,000 flat in Surrey for £2 a ticket

Man, 29, is raffling a posh £425,000 flat in Surrey for £2 a ticket

Man, 29, who successfully raffled his south London home after Brexit and Covid-19 halted the sale launches second competition to win a £425,000 flat for £2

  • Daniel Twenefour previously sold own £415K home by raffling it for £2 a ticket
  • Has teamed up with two brothers after surpassing target on his own home raffle 
  • Was asked to sell another property by owner who is struggling to sell their flat
  • Is now raffling 3-bedroom apartment on the outskirts on London in Whyteleafe 

A savvy homeowner who raffled off his £415,000 property in south London for £2 a ticket has launched another competition – after being inundated with messages praising him for giving people an opportunity to get onto the property ladder. 

Daniel Twenefour, 29, previously sold his own newly refurbished three-bedroom house in Mitcham, south London via an online raffle and claims he surpassed his target of selling 200,000 tickets to raise £400,000.

The lucky winner was handed 6 Tramway Path mortgage-free, with all fees paid by Daniel, a technical project manager, as part of the prize. 

Now he’s teamed up with his two brothers Jason and Will to help another homeowner who is struggling to sell his three-bedroom flat in Whyteleafe, Surrey, which is valued at £425,000.

This stunning three-bedroom flat in Whyteleafe, Surrey, which is valued at £425,000, could be yours for just £2

Savvy homeowner Daniel Twenefour, pictured with his brothers Jason and Will, raffled off his £415,000 property in south London for £2 a ticket. He has now has launched another competition – after being inundated with messages praising him for helping people get onto the property ladder

Speaking to FEMAIL, Daniel – who lives in nearby Purley with his wife – explained: ‘The owner had it on the market during lockdown but couldn’t sell it. 

‘He also needs to get the full market value of the property in order to not walk away with any debt, so as part of the raffle he’s getting the full market value – typically up to 10 per cent would have been negotiated off.

‘They wouldn’t be able to do this via the traditional estate agent route – we’ll potentially save them thousands. It’s leasehold with 122 years left on the lease, with the option of extension.

‘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 and rental purposes. The average rental for a property of this spec is around £2,000 per month.’ 


Daniel, pictured left with his wife, previously raffled off his home – 6 Tramway Path, pictured right – in Mitcham, south London, meaning the winner received it mortgage-free

The immaculately presented family-sized flat in Whyteleafe, Surrey is situated on the first floor of a popular residential development (pictured) and spread over 1,100 sq ft

Daniel hopes to sell 250,000 tickets, priced at £2 each, with the stylish apartment (pictured) on the outskirts of London going to the lucky winner with all stamp duty and legal fees covered

The home offers three double bedrooms as well as an spacious open-plan kitchen and living space area (pictured)

Daniel hopes to sell 250,000 tickets, priced at £2 each, with the stylish apartment on the outskirts of London going to the lucky winner with all stamp duty and legal fees covered. 

He said: ‘After the success of my first house raffle, I was inundated with messages and emails to do another to help people get on the property ladder.

‘Some mentioned they’ve been saving for years but still aren’t close to getting the means together to buy a property, so I’ve decided to do it again. 

‘As part of this initiative we’ll also be helping individuals who may be struggling to sell their property.

One of the guest bedrooms in the property, which has a stylish feature wall. The current owner struggled to sell during lockdown

The third bedroom is currently being used as a study – meaning the home is ideal for people currently working from home

The master bedroom boasts its own en-suite and is delightfully spacious, with decent storage space

There is an en-suite shower room (pictured) off the master bedroom which is very modern and tastefully decorated

‘I’ve teamed up with my two brothers to run these raffles moving forward as both have good experience in the property industry.’

As part of the raffle, Daniel will make a donation to the mental health charity Mind. After his previous competition he made donations to local charities including Jigsaw4U – focused on caring for vulnerable young people in the area – and the NHS Charities Together, a federation of over 250 charitable organisations that support the National Health Service, its staff, volunteers and patients.

The immaculately presented family-sized flat is situated on the first floor of a popular residential development and spread over 1,100 sq ft.

It offers three double bedrooms as well as a spacious open-plan kitchen and living space area, a family bathroom and an en-suite shower room off the master bedroom. 

The apartment also boasts a private balcony and an allocated parking space, with the train station less than a five minute walk away, making it ideal for London commuters

As part of the raffle, Daniel will make a donation to the mental health charity Mind. Pictured: the large open plan living area

The property can be used as your main home or as a second property for investment and rental purposes. The average rental for a property of this spec is around £2,000 per month. Pictured: the kitchen area

The closing date for entries is September 25, 2020 at 11.59pm. The winner will be drawn electronically in the presence of a solicitor and notified by email and telephone on September 28 at 7pm. Pictured: the hallway

It also boasts a private balcony and an allocated parking space, with the train station less than a five minute walk away, making it ideal for London commuters. 

The closing date for entries is September 25, 2020 at 11.59pm. The winner will be drawn electronically in the presence of a solicitor and notified by email and telephone on September 28 at 7pm. 

If all 250,000 tickets are not sold, the winner will be offered 70 per cent of the ticket receipts instead. 

To enter, visit https://tramwaypath.co.uk – you’ll be asked to answer an easy question before buying your ticket.

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