5 Homes in Colorado We’d Buy if We Won the Mega Millions Jackpot
Some people think that Friday the 13th is an unlucky day while others embrace it. Of course, there are some of us that have the outlook of Friday the 13th being just another day.
This Friday the 13th could be a special day for you if you buy a Mega Millions lottery ticket. The drawing on Friday, January 13 is the second-largest jackpot in the game's history at an estimated $1.35 billion. The cash value is estimated at $707.9 million.
According to Census.gov, Colorado's median household income is approximately $80,000. If a Colorado family were to be the single winner of the second-largest Mega Millions jackpot in history and took the cash value, that would be the equivalent of 8,848.75 years of annual income. That's a lot of money.
What is the first thing you would do if you won the Mega Millions $1.35 billion jackpot?
I don't know about you, but I would be looking for a nice home for myself and my family. We love Colorado, so obviously, we would want to stay here. After winning $1.35 billion or the cash equivalent of $707.9 million, you pretty much have your pick of any and every home in the state.
Here are a few homes we think you would love to live in if you happened to win the second-largest Mega Millions jackpot in the history of the game.
The Most Expensive Home for Sale in the State of Colorado
The most expensive home in the state of Colorado is priced at $100 million and is in Aspen, Colorado. The home has ten bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, and 14,154 square feet of living space.
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This $4 Million Loveland Home with an Epic Barn
This house is totally up my alley all because of the amazing barn the property offers. Five bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and over 10,000 square feet of living space.
[GALLERY] $4 Million Loveland Home With an Epic Barn
$26 Million Cattle Ranch in Colorado with Yellowstone Vibes
Elk Mountain Cattle Ranch near Hartsel, Colorado has approximately 120,000 acres of land. This ranch could be yours for $26 million.
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Buy Former Denver Broncos Player Orlando Franklin's Home for $9.9 Million
For only $9.9 million, you can purchase a home that is owned by former Denver Broncos player, Orlando Franklin.
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Buy Late Rockstar Joe Cocker's Mansion for $18 Million
Want to live like a rockstar in the mountains? Then you are going to need a rockstar's mansion in the mountains. You can buy Joe Cocker's mansion for $18 million.
[GALLERY] Joe Cocker's Colorado Mansion is for Sale for $18 Million
Of course, there are plenty of other homes, lofts, mansions, and more for sale in the state of Colorado that you could buy. All we're saying is, to be as picky as you want to be when buying a home in Colorado after you win the lottery. After all, you could be the one that is a multimillionaire.
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