A woman from North Somerset who has failed to sell her house through estate agents, has decided to list it as the winning prize in an online competition.
Tricia Hamilton's four-bedroom property in Pill is valued at £875,000 pounds, but the competition entry is only £2.
She has lived at the property for a decade. It was at first a two-bedroom 19th century cottage, but has been restored and modernised over the years. It now has 17 rooms.
If the asking price isn't reached, the winner will get the cash invested instead.
Watch a tour of the house, with our reporter Katie Rowlett below:
Tricia Hamilton, who is a hat maker, would need to sell at least half a million entries for the competition to work. She acknowledges that risks do accompany this type of venture and says she has worked to have "all the safeguards in place".
The risks she faces includes being charged with a gambling offence or even losing her home.