Are you looking for a home? Short on funds? Long on chocolate-making skills? Then this deal may be for you. Christina Summers, the proprietor of an Italian-style hot chocolate business in Brooklyn will be signing over her late grandmother’s Temple Hills home to whoever sends her the best chocolate recipe (and an entry fee of $100).Summers said she is selling the home in this manner to honor her grandmother’s chocolate-making legacy.
According to Dolce Vite Chocolatto’s website, the house is a 1,400 sq. ft. raised brick rambler sitting on a 10,350 sq. ft. lot.
This isn’t the first headline-grabbing move this hot-chocolate entrepreneur has made. She still introduces herself as Christina on her website, but as of December 2014, she was apparently petitioning to change her legal name to Princess Chocolatto.
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