We all know that America is considered a relatively young country when it comes to its historical past, especially compared to the UK for instance. So with that in mind, we thought the latest Mega Millions lottery jackpot winner might fancy buying a slice of British history.
At the moment the lottery winner who bagged $30 million in Friday 31st May’s Mega Millions draw, is keeping a low profile. This is fitting really, as the historical home we think they might be interested in was the secret love nest of Edward VIII and American Socialite, Mrs Wallis Simpson, during their illicit affair in 1934.
The beautiful house in London’s Primrose Hill, which once belonged to fellow American Thelma Furness (married to Viscount Furness), is now on the market for £18 million. Of course this is quite a large chunk of the Mega Millions winner’s fortune, but history doesn’t come cheap you know.
So what will this fortunate lottery jackpot winner get for their money? As well as a great story to tell their guests over splendid dinner parties, 6,559 square feet of luxury home over three floors. This includes six bedrooms, a dining room, two reception rooms and a utility room. There is also a garage which will be ideal to house their flash new motor bought with the rest of their lotto winnings.
However, as this is London, there are not acres of outdoor space associated with the property, but the lotto winner would be able to mingle with their neighbours in the communal garden.
Mega Millions draws take place every Tuesday and Friday, and it is so easy to buy your Mega Millions tickets online at Lottery24.com.