What Happens if You Win the Scotland House?

On Friday 3rd November, we’ll be descending on the doorstep of our Scotland House Draw Grand Prize Winner to give them the life-changing news that this Luxurious House in Gleneagles is all theirs. 

And with six bedrooms, a guest annexe, virtual golf room, gym, steam room, cinema room, an entertainment room with views over the third fairway and a price tag of over £3,500,000, the first question they’ll likely be asking is: what next? 

And, actually, that’s one of the best parts. Because whether you want to move in, rent out, or sell up, the choice is all yours. And, let’s face it—whatever choice you make is sure to set you up for one incredible future!  

So, let’s take a look at how each option works for this sensational Scotland House.

Move In

Ever fancied owning your own Scottish escape in picture-perfect Perthshire? Golfing in Gleneagles, hosting friends in their very own self-contained guest annexe, or simply enjoying the luxurious side of life with a hot tub session, sauna or home gym workout. This house has everything you need to escape to the heart of Scotland. And here are the ways we help make that dream a reality: 

  • Forget stamp duty or mortgage repayments—we have all that covered.
  • Furnished with £160,000 of hand-picked pieces, you’re all ready to move right on in.
  • And we’ll even provide £100,000 in cash to help with running costs and maintenance.

We’ve listed the estimated running costs for the Scotland House as accurately as possible below, with an estimated overall running cost of roughly £3,210 per month (as of September  2023) based on:

  • Council tax: £370 per month
  • Electricity: £1,000 per month
  • Oil: £500 per month
  • Service charge: £385 per month
  • WIFI: £16.67 per month
  • Alarm system: £167 per month
  • Factoring fee (contribution towards the paid management of the communal areas within the gated community e.g. roads, drains, concierge etc.): £383 per month
  • Sinking fund (contribution towards large maintenance/repairs of communal spaces): £387 per month

There are optional extras, including window cleaners, gardeners, handymen, decorators, home cleaners and satellite TV, which would be an additional estimated £1,080 per month, should the winner choose to opt in. 

So, if you’re looking for a house that oozes opulence, overlooking the world renowned Glenagles golf course, then the Scotland House is just the thing to get you into the swing of luxuring living. 

Rent Out

If moving house isn’t on the cards for you, leasing out this Luxurious House in Perthshire could be a lucrative alternative. In fact, the estimated long-term rental income of this house is around £7,500 per month.

Sell Up  

If your house is already a home, and the rental market isn’t a path you want to take, selling up and banking the cash is another way to go. Whether it means financial independence, a nest-egg for your family, or even the opportunity to splurge on those you love (including yourself, of course), selling the Scotland House could be the way to make your dream life a reality.   

Move in. Rent out. Sell up. Whatever you decide, with the house that has it all, you can’t go wrong. 

And, don’t forget—just by entering the Scotland House Draw, you’ll be helping Breast Cancer Now continue to provide support and hope for anyone affected by breast cancer. 

So, enter the Scotland House Draw now for your chance to win this Luxurious House in Scotland and support those affected by breast cancer.

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