Which one of these mega homes would you buy with a £184m lottery win? We pick two for sale that require extremely deep pockets…
- We take a look at two homes costing about 10% of the EuroMillions jackpot
- One is a luxury London penthouse and the other is a Surrey mansion
- The Surrey pad has a 2.6 acre garden while the penthouse overlooks a park
Have you checked your ticket to see if you have won the EuroMillions jackpot of £184million?
The huge prize has snowballed in recent weeks and has had many Britons daydreaming about how they would spend the cash – and most likely at the top of the agenda for many would be a new mega pad.
We have taken a look at two homes for sale each costing around 10 per cent of the jackpot, giving you plenty of spare change to fulfil your other lottery win dreams.
The properties are featured in our latest property battle series, in which we pitch two homes and ask which one would you choose.
Which property would you choose: A London penthouse or this eight-bed mansion on a private estate in Surrey? (Scroll down for details on both properties)
In this case, while they both have mega million price tags, one is a penthouse in London and the other is a contrasting mansion on a private estate outside of the capital.
However, it might be worth holding off from starting to picture your own furniture in either of the properties as the odds of having won the jackpot are stacked against you.
For many the properties will remain just a window shopping exercise as the EuroMillions website says the odds of picking five numbers and the two Lucky Stars is one in 139,838,160…
1. Seven-bed flat, London, £18m
This London penthouse is on the market for £18million and is being sold via estate agents Garton Jones
The flat boasts a huge private terrace and enjoys =views across the green open spaces of Battersea Park
This property has a price tag equivalent to around a tenth of the EuroMillions jackpot.
It is on the market for £18million and is being sold via estate agents Garton Jones.
The leasehold flat has seven bedrooms and is on the banks of the River Thames and Chelsea Bridge.
The luxury development has a 24 hour concierge and is close to London’s Sloane Square
There is a lift that takes you up to the penthouse on the 11th and 12th floors of the building in Chelsea Wharf Bridge
The leasehold flat has seven bedrooms and is on the banks of the River Thames and Chelsea Bridge
Thankfully there is a lift that takes you up to the penthouse on the 11th and 12th floors of the building in Chelsea Wharf Bridge, which enjoys west-facing views across Battersea Park.
The development has a 24 hour concierge, while the flat boasts a huge private terrace and two secure underground parking spaces – which can used for any luxury vehicles acquired via the remainder of your EuroMillions win.
2. Eight-bed house, Surrey, £17million
This property is called Park Hill and it is for sale for £17million via estate agents Beauchamp Estates
The house has a large living room with bi-fold doors overlooking the lily ponds in the garden
The house is set in a generous 2.6 acres of landscaped grounds near the St George’s Hill Lawn Tennis Club
If you decide to spent a little less of your EuroMillions prize money on a property, and are looking for somewhere with more private green outdoor space, this house on the St George’s Hill private estate in Weybridge fits the bill.
The property is called Park Hill and it is on the market for £17million via estate agents Beauchamp Estates.
It is set in a generous 2.6 acres of landscaped grounds near the St George’s Hill Lawn Tennis Club.
There are eight bedrooms, a self-contained staff apartment and a large living room with an open fire and bi-fold doors overlooking some lily ponds in the garden.
The property also boasts a gym, an indoor swimming pool and underfloor heating.