How you can bag a brand new apartment in Sydney worth $550,000 for free – but you’ve got to be VERY good at Lego
- Developer offering chance to win Sydney flat for guessing bricks in Lego model
- A one-bedroom $550K apartment in Sydney suburb Parramatta is up for grabs
- The toy replica was built by 2019 TV show Lego Masters winner Cade Franklin
A plush Sydney apartment is up for grabs to the first person who guesses how many Lego bricks are in a replica model of the tower.
The one-bedroom flat in Harris Park, in western Sydney, is worth $550,000 and in a huge brand new tower development.
The Lego model will be on display at a Parramatta Eels game on Saturday at Parramatta Stadium for fans to inspect and form their guess.
The toy building was made by Cade Franklin, who won the competitive TV show Lego Masters in 2019.
A developer is offering up the chance to win a Sydney apartment (pictured an artist’s impression) for someone who guesses how many Lego bricks are in a replica model
The one-bedroom flat will be in the Paramount on Parkes development (left) is up for grabs for someone who correctly guesses how many Lego bricks are in the replica (right)
The apartment is in the Paramount on Parkes development, which will have 366 apartments and ground floor retail outlets.
Developer Aland is a major sponsor of the Parramatta Eels, and the contest will be launched at Saturday’s game against the St George-Illawarra Dragons.
The tower will be on display at Gate B in the stadium, so fans can enter the competition at Eels homes games until September, 2021.
The lucky person who guesses correctly will still only have a slim chance of getting the flat, as they will have to select the right key from a barrel of 250.
The lucky person who guesses correctly will still only have a slim chance of getting the flat, as they will have to select the right key from a barrel of 250
Lego was built by Cade Franklin. who won the competitive TV show LEGO Masters in 2019
Regardless of whether the winner gets the key, they will still take home a $20,000 Harvey Norman appliances package.
Parramatta Eels merchandise will be given to runners-up.
‘This competition is a unique opportunity for one lucky person to own their own dream home in the booming Parramatta precinct,’ Aland sales director Mark Bernberg said.
PRIZES UP FOR GRABS
First Prize: Harvey Norman electrical package valued at $20,000 and chance to win a one bedroom ALAND Apartment located at ‘Paramount on Parkes’ 14-20 Parkes Street, Harris Park NSW 2150 valued at $550,000
Second Prize: Signed and framed Eels jersey valued at $400
Third Prize: Merchandise pack valued at $250
Fourth Prize: Merchandise pack valued at $100
Fifth Prize: Merchandise pack valued at $50