What kind of house would you really want if you won the lottery?


If I won the Powerball or Mega Millions, actual house I would want to live in for the rest of my frikkin life is this


a library house.  One master bedroom with bathroom, a small separate bathroom for guests, a kitchen dining room area.


then the rest of the house a huge library to walk around in with a small bed sleeping area to doze off in.

In response to urrutiap

Will you show off your home on this show?

music*'s avatar - DiscoBallGlowing

I will look at Ranch Style homes. No second floor. No stairs. 

 Plenty of land. Maybe for a rescue dog or two. They can keep each other company. Small dogs.

 Artificial lawns. 

 Two car garage.

  Plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms. 

 An open concept in the living area.  A large kitchen. 

 Plenty of space all around the property and inside as well. 



A spacious home with a mega master bdrm,

large bathrooms

Lots of land

Privacy fence (I like being nude)

Gated entry

Manicured lawn 


Great topic!

TheGameGrl's avatar - Lottery-012.jpg

98% solar/wind/hydro efficient. One floor living. No open floor plan. Cement structure (hint, no termite damage

or fire worries). Well except when I burn the bacon ..:(


I just can't stand paying utilities. So self Sustaining. . Efficient.  Structurally sound. 

 Now to win the major jackpots to build that HOME.

hearsetrax's avatar - alien on_computer.jpg
In response to MsBee18


plenty of interesting places in Florida, that is if you like gators and them dammed love bugs 

as for me, would love to find that nice farm/ette in the deep woods or maybe that mangled old building in need of a 2nd life

Raven62's avatar - binary
In response to urrutiap

You should not make plans that depend on Winning the Lottery before you know that you actually Won!

In response to hearsetrax

I do occasionally dream about gators, but cant say I'm too fond of them. On the other hand deep woods doesn't sound bad.

hearsetrax's avatar - alien on_computer.jpg

👽not without it's charms, CD 

but I still say one can do better for 1/5th the price, if you don't mind a bit of creative DIY and etc etc 

mikeintexas's avatar - h87TsB4

I was on that site just a few days ago, looking at a Hawaii property link a mutual LP friend of ours had sent me and saw this property for sale: Molokai Ranch 

If you can't afford that, then you might be interested in this nearby property T. Boone Pickens'  Mesa Verde Ranch.  It's a "little" larger, but ten million bucks cheaper. Probably take a lot fewer people to run it, too, than would that Molokai Ranch.

music*'s avatar - DiscoBallGlowing
In response to mikeintexas

Will your property sell quickly after you pass on? 


I'd love to have a home with plenty of space, a nice, spacious kitchen, double staircase, dining alcove, deck, and unobstructed views from every room.  For an elegant touch, I'd like to get cove lighting in a few rooms, i.e. family room or entertainment area.

mikeintexas's avatar - h87TsB4
In response to music*

I dunno; I wouldn't want either of those places.  The Hawaii property has "too much" going on and I don't care if it made millions/yr., I wouldn't want the headache. Pickens' property, other than the house, is not all that special, at least not to me.  I dislike that all the water his fancy improvements use has to be pumped out of the ground and re-circulated with pumps that are probably pretty expensive to run.  Lots of gas wells on the place (a few I helped drill) but I don't think they're making all that much right now, not with the price of natural gas being so low.

As for it selling quickly after I kick the bucket;  I'm fairly certain I won't care by then.


Custom build with finished basement, a hot tub, and a wood fired pizza oven lol.  Nothing over $1,000,000

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