An immaculate £6.5 million estate owned by former EuroMillions winner Adrian Bayford has been put up for sale.
Horseheath Lodge, Linton, is a Grade II listed mansion with three reception rooms, seven bedrooms, with a jaw-dropping 189 acres of land.
The luxurious property also incorporates a cinema, a billiard room, a bar, a workshop and storerooms, as well as an outdoor swimming pool.
Also included in the estate are six cottages let on Assured Shorthold Tenancies and a large number of outbuildings, including a modern barn.
The property was once owned by EuroMillions winner Adrian Bayford, who moved out of the property last year, according to the Mirror.
Mr Bayford, originally from Haverhill, Suffolk, won £148 million in 2012, moving into Horseheath Lodge with his then-wife Gillian.
But the couple struggled with their newfound wealth and got a divorce just 15 months after the lottery win.
A source told the Sun that Mr Bayford left the property last year because it was ‘full of sad memories for him.’
The property is listed through Strutt and Parker and for more information call 020 7629 7282.
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