Posted: Thursday, Jan 14,2021 | Time: 11:58 am | Edited by: The Lottery Lab Staff
Pumping up like Adrenaline!
The Lottery Jackpots have soared up to $850 million for Mega Millions and $730 million for Powerball. The U.S. Powerball and Mega Millions Lotteries have become the talk of the town with combined prize money crossing $1 Billion with no winner drawn in the last drawing on 15th and 16th January 2021. With the lottery fever sweeping all across the U.S. the next drawing is scheduled for Friday, January 19 for Mega Millions and Sunday, January 21 for Powerball.
Picture it, that one by one the winning numbers match the digits on your ticket. Your excitement is building up, with your heart thumping! After a few minutes of doubt, you gain back your senses and realize that you have won the Jackpot. And from this life-changing moment, there’s nothing to look back to.
The next question that arises, is what to buy with your lottery winnings?
There's a lot you can actually!
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The final landscaping of this Gega-Mansion is on its way to completion. This mansion has an eye-watering price tag - $500,000,000 as in half a billion dollars. This huge sum of money will buy you a 100,000-square-feet, 20-bedroom compound perched high above Bel Air on four acres, with spectacular 360-degree uninterrupted scenic views. The huge mansion is the creation of movie producer turned prolific real estate developer Nile Niami and architect Paul McClean, who have taken seven hard years to construct this ultimate spec-home. Among its jaw-dropping features - a 5,500-square-feet master suite, 30 bathrooms, a 30-car auto ‘gallery’, five swimming pools, a 36-seat movie theater, a six-lane bowling alley, and naturally, a nightclub equip this mansion.
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Why buy a separate vineyard when you can get your own grapes right in the middle of Beverly Hills? This is exactly what real estate mogul Jeff Greene’s thought when he bought this spectacular, 25-acre Palazzo di Amore—or Palace of Love—for $35 million in 2008 and spent many more millions renovating it and planting vines. The mansion has a 35,000-square-feet main house with a 200-seat dining room, the Tuscan-style estate features a two-level, 15,000-square-feet entertainment ‘complex’ with a bowling alley, 50-seat movie theater, an extravagant ballroom with DJ booth and revolving dance floor, and parking for 150 cars.