5 Beautiful Townhouses You Could Buy If You Win the Mega Millions Jackpot

Say what you will about the futility of playing the lottery, but I bet there’s no one who doesn’t start dreaming about the life they’d live – the mansion they’d buy – when they hear the Mega Millions jackpot is up to $1,025 billion.

Unfortunately, Tuesday night’s draw (for $810 million) did not produce a winner who matched all six numbers. This alone just meant that the jackpot has gotten even bigger tallerwith an even more highly anticipated drawing this Friday.

Even the most skeptical and cautious among us, like my husband, fantasize. If he catches me buying lottery tickets, he shakes his head first and reminds me that my odds are about 1 in 303 million.


Then he sits down with me and starts scrolling through lavish Malibu beach houses, Manhattan penthouses, and other luxurious pads that could be ours in case we beat those odds and win.

Admit it. You fell down that rabbit hole yourself, didn’t you?

Granted, if you take the Mega Millions cash payout (instead of choosing to receive hefty payments on an annual basis), you will receive an estimated $470.1 million. After taxes, that’s about $352.5 million, depending on the state you live in.

That may seem like a pittance compared to the original total, but look at it this way: You still have the opportunity to buy one of these $100 million-plus townhouses below, as well as all the landscapers, butlers, and other staff you could be in. keep top shape.

Go ahead and take a look. Mega Millions tickets cost $2 each, but dreaming is free!

$125 million mansion in Woodside, CA

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Price: $125 million
High-tech titanium: Rub with the greats of Silicon Valley at Green Gables, described as “one of America’s greatest estates.” There’s plenty of room for family, friends and the countless supporters who will undoubtedly bond with you, as it has no less than 34 bedrooms and 26 bathrooms in a living space of 23,900 square meters.

It is also located on 75.04 acres in prestigious Woodside, where corporate billionaires love Steve Jobs, Charles R. Schwaband Larry Ellison have all called home.

Silicon Valley mansion living room
Woodside mansion living room

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Steve Wynn’s Estate in Beverly Hills, California

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Price: $100,000,000
High roll: Casino magnate Steve Wynn bought this chic Beverly Hills mansion from Guess co-founder Maurice Marcianothen repaired it to rival its most lavish resorts and put it up for sale much better.

He added 8,000 square feet of living space to the estate, which now measures 27,150 square feet and features 11 bedrooms and 14.5 bathrooms. Located on a 2.69 acre hilltop, it offers dramatic views of all of LA

Great room in Beverly Hills

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Elevated Penthouse in Central Park
Elevated Penthouse in Central Park

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Price: $135 million
I take Manhattan: At $135 million, you’re not going to get a lot of square footage here relatively, but it will buy you a home in the clouds at one of the world’s most prestigious addresses in Central Park, about 1,396 feet above ground.

This minimalist, Hiroshi Sugimoto-designed penthouse known as the Floating Courtyard encompasses an entire 8055-square-foot floor, with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, plus two adjoining apartments. It has an unobstructed helicopter view in all directions, high ceilings and not one, but two private elevators.

$100 Million NY Penthouse Interior
NYC penthouse interior

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Mega mansion in Miami
Miami, FL, mega mansion

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Price: $100,000,000
Mega in Miami: This Golden Beach complex features 250 linear feet of ocean front on 1.5 acres in one of Miami’s fanciest enclaves.

Even though it has five bedrooms with ocean views, 16 bathrooms, plus an 18-foot pool and large porch, it’s in need of a bit of an overhaul. After all, this is the property’s first time on the market in 40 years, so it’s just waiting for a lucky lottery winner to pick it up and add a contemporary vibe to the neighborhood.

Miami mega mansion terrace
Miami mega mansion terrace

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$100 million mansion in Aspen
$100 million mansion in Aspen, CO

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Price: $100,000,000
Rocky mountain high: One of only five single-family homes on Aspen Mountain, this iconic residence with ski-in, ski-out access features 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms in 14,154 square feet of living space.

It’s private, nestled in a grove of Aspen trees, and it has a modern, ultra-luxury interior that goes way beyond a log cabin. This is certainly one of a kind.

Aspen mansion interior
Aspen mansion interior

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