Something look familiar about this house?
You might recognise it from the CBBC show ChuckleVision; a number of episodes starring Paul and (the late) Barry Chuckle were shot at Dancers Hill House — a Georgian, Grade II listed property in Barnet.
And in a bizarre twist, you can now win it.
The house — valued at £5.25m, and boasting a gym, home cinema, wine room and half acre lake stocked with over 2,000 fish — is being raffled off by its owners, Melanie and Nigel Walsh. It's a novel way of selling off the property — and at £13.50 a ticket, could potentially make a nifty profit.
Ironically, Dancers Hill House was originally built as a folly; a condition that the Chuckle Brothers' characters suffered from week in, week out in their TV show. Here's the house, in series 20 — yes, 20 — of ChuckleVision:
It turns out the raffle has been going since June, but the couple is clearly hoping that the recent uptick in ChuckleVision nostalgia will help to shift a few more tickets. Let's hope that at least some profits go to a charity that was close to Barry Chuckle's heart.
You can enter the competition — which closes on 16 December — here. And fingers crossed the prize goes 'to you'.