You can win a $8.2 million mansion for $17, but you'll need to know some British royal history

This house and its four acres of land could be yours for just $17.

(CNN)Every year we ask Santa Claus to bring us something nice, and this Christmas he could be giving a lucky person a $8.2 million home in London.

The catch? You must enter a drawing for $17.
Melanie and Nigel Walsh, listed their home for sale earlier this year, but due to the difficult property market, Brexit, and high property taxes, a creative approach to find a way to sell the home was needed.
    "Not many people are willing to pay the Stamp Duty fee that comes with such a large home," Melanie Walsh told CNN, referring to a point-of-sale tax in England on property or land over a certain price.
    "It could be up to 12% of the home value, but by entering our home in this contest, we can include the fees, so the person who wins won't have to pay it."
    A half acre lake stocked with over 2,000 fish sits on the home's backyard.
    The couple created what they like to call "a competition" on June 16, to find a new owner, and it's open to anyone worldwide willing pay the 13.5-pound ($17 and change) entry fee.
    What makes this house exquisite besides the captivating half acre lake that sits on its backyard, and the very provocative wine room, is the rich history it holds.
    First built in the 1500's and located 14 miles from the heart of London, the home served as a stop for Queen Elizabeth I prior to her becoming queen in 1558, says Melanie.
    The queen's pit stop was later demolished and rebuilt in 1700s, and was given the name "Dancers Hill House."
    Which is why the couple decided to include a very important question that must be answered correctly to become a finalist to win the home:
    "Who was the reigning Monarch on Christmas Day, the year the Dancers Hill House was built?"
    Melanie and Nigel Walsh hope the winner loves the home as much as they have.