Lego fans can get their hands on a toy brick house – with views of the tourist attractions
Lego’s team of model makers will build the tiny house, complete with a driveway car and even family minifigures, for the winner of a contest lasting up to March 7th.
This is a great location for a family home with views of the iconic Parisian scene, the Eiffel Tower and the stunning Leeds Castle in Kent.
The non-buyable lot amount has been listed by the online real estate agent Purplebricks but there is one catch – it’s a newly available area of the property. Legoland by Miniland.
And one lucky family will have the chance to see their home recreated to scale with Lego in the coveted 110cm x 100cm space, which also offers stunning views of a dominating miniature Sacre Coeur. Montmartre, Paris.
According to Violet listed, the unique site features “an amazingly diverse selection of world-famous landmarks just a short walk away such as St Paul’s Cathedral, The London Eye and even Times Square “.
Lego’s team of model makers will build the tiny house, complete with a driveway car and even family minifigures for the winners of the event marking contest. opening The Brick amusement park attraction at Legoland Windsor this spring.
The Berkshire resort’s principal model maker, Paula Laughton said: “To celebrate the idea of the family home as a wonderful space where children and parents play, build and bring in imaginations. Lego to life, we’ve decided to feature a storyline at Miniland for the first time in the resort’s 25-year history.
“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a lucky family to have a house, car and even themselves built with Lego bricks in Miniland.”
And Purplebricks chief executive Tom Greenacre added: “We are delighted to bring to market this unique growth opportunity.
“The site – measuring 110cm x 100cm – is perfectly located for those who are passionate about travel, culture and architecture. This is a great opportunity to build a second home in a prestigious location. ”
The contest runs until March 7 and more information can be found at legoland.co.uk/minilandhome.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/lego-fans-could-home-built-26350447 Lego fans can get their hands on a toy brick house - with views of the tourist attractions