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How to live in luxury with a Powerball jackpot – Part 2

Lavish mansions, fast cars and private jets – these are only a few things one can enjoy after Lady Luck comes knocking on their door. When the record-breaking $1.500.000.000 Powerball jackpot was scooped by three winners on January 13th, everyone started wondering who they are and what they’ll do next. The Tennessee winners Lisa and John Robinson aren’t planning to make big changes after claiming $328.000.000, but the winners from California and Florida may decide to spend their share on something grand and exciting. You could also live in luxury with a little help from Powerball – play now and try buying something from the following list after snatching $136.000.000! 

1. Pumpkin Key ($110.000.000)

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There’s nothing that screams luxury like owning a private island and if the Powerball winner from Florida wants to stay close to home, Pumpkin Key is a perfect fit. The island is located 10 minutes away by helicopter to both South Beach in Miami and Ocean Reef, one of the most prestigious club communities in the U.S. The 26-acre mix of seclusion and splendour already features one main home with three bedrooms, two caretaker’s cottages, a dock master’s apartment, a 20-slip marina able to accommodate a superyacht, and tennis courts, but it could include up to 12 homes after further development.

2. Seattle 1000 submarine ($25.000.000)

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When you have more than $300.000.000 at your disposal, you can experience luxury at any place you want to, even 20.000 leagues under the sea. Well not literally, of course – Seattle 1000 can dive as far as 1.000 feet and travel at a rate of about 14 knots underwater. It’s 118-foot-long, three-story-tall vessel that features a 30-foot-long observation panel, five staterooms, five bathrooms, two gyms, a wine cellar, and a kitchen.

3. Brooklyn's Clock Tower triplex ($18.000.000)

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Everyone daydreamed of living in the Big Apple at least once in their lifetime, and there’s no place that sums up New York experience better than this penthouse. The spectacular triplex located atop Brooklyn’s iconic Clock Tower is a perfect mix of architectural beauty, luxurious finishes and spectacular views. It offers you a 360 degrees view of the city, overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan, but they seem petty in comparison to its signature feature – the four massive clocks, installed in 14-foot-high round windows on each wall.

4. iPhone 5 Black Diamond ($15.000.000)

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Stuart Hughes has been crafting luxury Apple devices for years, but iPhone 5 Black Diamond is currently the crown jewel of their collection. This device, entirely made by hand, replaces the home button with a black single deep cut diamond weighing 26 carats. The company also embedded 600 flawless white diamonds within the specially-adapted, solid gold housing, and the Apple logo to the rear of the handset boasts 53 diamonds to itself. This is the only copy of the exclusive device, but if Stuart Hughes produces an even more lavish iPhone in the future, it may just end in the hands of a Powerball millionaire.

5. Louis Moinet “Meteoris” Watch ($ 4.600.000)

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Buying Meteoris doesn’t mean you get one exquisite wristwatch, but a set of four that can only be purchased together. That’s not the only thing that makes them special – each one of them is made out of other worldly materials, such as meteorite from Mars, the moon, an asteroid, and an ancient meteorite called Rosetta stone. Meteoris comes with a planetarium that depicts the solar system, which makes it feel like you’re wearing a little gateway to the universe on your wrist.