A Scottish mansion has been put up as a competition prize in a bid to raise money for charity. 

The 5-bedroom detached home in Airdrie, worth £570k includes a sauna and a sun lounge, with the current owner using a competition to sell the home in a bid to raise money for charity. 

62 Alexander Street was built in the early 1900s and is within walking distance of the town centre and train station.

St Andrew's Hospice will receive 10 per cent of profits with would-be homeowners needing to answer a question correctly to be eligible.

Entrants are accepted from all over the world and will have correctly answered the question 'which year was Airdrie’s observatory first established?' and picked from either 1896, 1911, 1944 or 1969.

A £1 “one-time” booking fee will be applied at checkout.

Adults get one free postal entry or you can enter online for £2.50 at drawahouse.com with entries closing in March 2020.

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"This competition is open for everyone not just people who can afford £20 or £30 a ticket.

"We are giving St Andrews Hospice 10 per cent of all revenues, and on the Capital Appeals Fund I have committed to a minimum of £50,000."

Got any questions about the competition? This short video will explain any concerns you may have. 

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