A couple based in Alcester near Stratford upon Avon are set to offer their £3.2million mansion in the world's biggest house lottery.
The 10,000 sq ft eco-friendly property is set in seven acres of land in Alcester near Stratford upon Avon. Malcolm and Maxine Cox have spent the last seven years building the Eco property.
The couple put the house on the market in 2007 and as they have not found a buyer they have decided to raffle the property instead.
Tickets for the raffle cost £25 each and Mr Cox is hoping to sell 150,000 tickets worldwide.
The couple will be giving £100,000 to charity and a further £100,000 will be for prizes in the raffle.
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3rd June 2011