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$30.000.000 Fort Wayne mansion is a perfect home for the latest Mega Millions winner

Last weekend marked a remarkable victory for one lucky Mega Millions enthusiasts from Indiana, who scooped the third largest jackpot offered in the history of this game.  The prize worth $540.000.000 will allow the mystery winner to buy pretty much everything they’ve ever wanted, including the house of their dreams. If they’re planning to stay close to home, there’s a perfect property in Fort Wayne waiting for a new owner, with a price tag of $30.000.000.

This majestic estate, situated on 50 acres of land has a total of 16 bedrooms and 28 bathrooms throughout all of its ten buildings, which include a main house, guest house and stables, to name a few. The house has four floors, but the access to each one is easy thanks to numerous formal staircases and two elevators. The wonderful villa was built back in 1997 by Richard and Deanna Freeland, who owned dozens of Pizza Hut and KFC restaurants in northeast Indiana and Ohio.

Fort Wayne mansion

The opulent stone mansion features around 38.000 square feet of living space with formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with restaurant grade appliances, two-story home office and library, a game room, a wine cellar and much more. Every inch of this magnificent property screams elegance and luxury – from crystal chandeliers that can be found in many room, to 16 cosy fireplaces strategically placed throughout the home. The place also looks lavish on the outside – the new owner will have an opportunity to enjoy extensive gardens, meticulous landscaping and their own 7-acre lake.

If you’re dreaming of buying a home as grand as this one, Powerball could help you on Wednesday night – play now to snatch $311.000.000!