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$26.000.000 New Hampshire estate is a home worthy of the latest Powerball winner

One fortunate New Hampshire resident became the winner of the fifth largest windfall in Powerball history this Saturday night, and they will probably be looking for a new home like most people do after receiving their jackpot. $487.000.000 can buy you pretty much any house you want, but if the winner doesn’t intend to leave their home state, Longview on Lake Winnipesaukee is the property they should seriously consider moving in.

New Hampshire estate

This vast 17-acre waterfront estate could provide the latest Powerball millionaire with two things they’ll need the most after collecting the money – privacy and peace. In order to get to this opulent mansion, visitors must go through a gated entrance with a long drive that meanders through nearly six acres of manicured lawns and lush landscaping. It doesn’t feature one, but two lavish residences totalling over 63.000 square feet of elegant living spaces, with the breath-taking views down the length of Lake Winnipesaukee.

New Hampshire estate

In addition to 12 bedrooms and 26 bathrooms, this majestic property has 24 fireplaces, two elevators, a two-story ballroom, a pub and billiards room, two libraries and two offices and three garage wings with a total of 11 bays suitable for up to 22 cars. Each home has finished lower level areas open to the lake side with home theatres, a kitchen, living and dining areas, spas, fitness rooms and a game room. Exteriors of the house are even more impressive – the new owner will have an opportunity to enjoy many amenities, including a swimming pool with grotto and waterfall, a tennis court, a tea house, multiple docks and grass helicopter pad.

You may buy the home of your dreams after the next SuperEna Lotto draw – try your luck with Italy’s most popular lottery to become €116.700.000 richer!

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