It was an anglophile’s labour of love, and now it’s for sale. But the absence of offers has real estate agent Allan Weeks turning to social media to scare up potential buyers for his unique property on beautiful Prince Edward Island.
Weeks, who is also a farmer, owns Woodleigh Replicas, a collection of miniature British castles and mostly medieval homes set on a park-like 20-acre (8.1-hectare) property about a 20-minute drive from Summerside.
Weeks owns Woodleigh with his brother, and posted an offer on his Facebook page promising $10,000 to anyone who could make a customer referral that resulted in a sale. The post, which went up a week ago, has been shared more than 2,000 times, according to CBC News.
Turning to social media was his son Tayler’s idea, Weeks told Yahoo Canada. The recent graduate in marketing from St. Francis Xavier University told his father it would give the listing a wider audience. And it’s worked, Weeks said.
“The social media really beefed it up,” Weeks saidRead More »from Find a buyer for P.E.I. replica castles and earn a cool $10,000