COMPETITION: Be in with a chance to win a three-bedroom house worth €400,000 1 month ago

COMPETITION: Be in with a chance to win a three-bedroom house worth €400,000

Brought to you by Win A Kool House

Tickets to this raffle are set to be snapped up quickly...

Whether you're renting or looking to buy, finding the right house is no small task. Between trying to arrange a viewing, dealing with real estate agents and competing against everyone else, it can certainly feel like a bit of an uphill struggle.

The best possible solution would be to have a ready-made house handed over to you without any of the bother. Thanks to WinaKoolHouse.ie, we're giving away raffle tickets for our readers to be in with a chance of winning a three-bedroom house in Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow worth €400,000.

The raffle is a fundraiser for St. Anthonys Kilcoole FC and Kilcoole GAA Club, two local clubs that are in need of new facilities. Tickets cost €105 and the draw will take place on Saturday, 6 April this year.

How to enter

The competition is open to everyone, and you can purchase tickets online, by post, or at several local businesses in Kilcoole and Bray. If you answer the question below, you could be in with a chance of getting a ticket absolutely free!

They're hoping to have all the tickets sold by the end of March, so you'd better act fast! There will be plenty of other prizes up for grabs on the night as well, which will be announced soon.

The house itself is a brand-new 118 sq.m. semi-detached house with three bedrooms and an A3-Rated Energy Rating. Located a 5-minute walk away from Kilcoole train station, it also comes covered by a 10-year Homebond Guarantee.

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Win a Kool House is a major fundraiser for St. Anthonys Kilcoole FC and Kilcoole GAA Club, who have come together to raise much-needed funds for refurbishment & facilities upgrades at both clubs. Their goal is to sell 10,000 tickets by midnight 31 March 2019 at €105 each, the proceeds of which will pay for the house and inject money into both clubs to develop the facilities.

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