5 Houses to Buy if You Became a Millionaire


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January 13, 2016
5 Houses to Buy if You Became a Millionaire

Of course, money doesn’t define your happiness, but being rich means having fewer problems and feeling better. However, have you thought about what would you do if you suddenly became a millionaire? Maybe invest into real estate is one of the smartest ways to spend your money.

After spending some time staying up to date on the best in luxury real estate, The Most Expensive Homes have a few ideas to share with you. Five to be more specific. So take a look at these 5 Houses to Buy if You Became a Millionaire!

SEE ALSO –  Andy Warhol’s Former Hamptons Estate Sells for $50 Million

An Actual Palace in Florida


Okay, it’s not an actual palace, but it’s pretty darn close. The gargantuan $139 million estate comes with everything a lottery winner needs, namely an Imax home theater and a 1,300-gallon aquarium.

Outdoorsy Opulence


Escape all the people asking you for money with this $50 million Colorado getaway. The 17,000 square foot manse sits on Popcorn Lane, perhaps the most charmingly named street ever (even for someone who hates popcorn).

A Trio of Pristine Islands


Sure, you could spend a significant amount of cash on one private island, but why not drop a full $100 million and pick up a set of three pristine islands with 50 beaches among them?

SEE ALSO – Celebrity Homes: Amy Schumer, Lauren Conrad and more

Fifth Avenue Fabulousness


The $80 million dollar Manhattan mansion spans eight stories and comes equipped with eight bedrooms and ten bathrooms for you to fill up with everything else you buy with your newfound cash.

Sprawling Silicon Valley Estate


Lottery winners obviously have the luxury of not working if they so choose, but you can still trick people into thinking you’re a successful tech entrepreneur with this$88 million Silicon Valley estate.

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