You Can Own This Gorgeous $1.63 Million French Chateau For As Little As $13
I’ve had dreams of owning a French chateau ever since I was fortunate enough to stay in Pablo Picasso’s former chateau outside of Cannes in the South of France 8 years ago. Until then, I’d never been to France and had no idea just how absolutely gorgeous it is as a country. Now, I’ve got my eyes set on owning this French Chateau worth $1.63 million (€1.4 million) for the low price of just $13.28.
How’s this possible you might wonder? I’m a gambling man, and there’s a massive raffle where you can buy tickets for £10/€11 which is equal to around $13.28. In total, 500,000 of these raffle tickets will be sold with each ticket having a chance to win it all. If you’re lucky enough to pull the winning ticket, here’s what you’ll be winning:
— Luxurious French chateau built in 1667 set on 30 acres
— Gorgeous swimming pool
— A separate 3-bedroom cottage
— Former chapel on the grounds
— Two large stone barns
— The chateau is full of ‘quintessentially French’ antiques
— A caretaker to look after the property for 12 months
— £28, 000 cash to cover household expenses
Entrants also need to prove that they are worthy of owning this magnificent French Chateau by choosing the correct translation of two French expressions: “les carottes sont cuites” and “ca ne casse pas trois pattes a un canard”. Each phrase has four translation options to choose from so entrants must choose wisely.