Last night’s Lottery prize was an incredible £2.1m and these are the lovely properties that the winner could spend their winnings on.

1. Five bedroom detached house in Jackmans Lane, St. Johns, Woking, for £2m

Hidden away down a quiet lane is this newly designed mansion that has had no expense spared on it. The windows are triple glazed, the kitchen work surfaces are made from quartz and under floor heating has been installed throughout the whole ground floor.

Available via Foundations Independent Estate Agents 

2. Three bedroom flat in Aberdeen Court, Maida Vale, London, for £2,095,000

For those looking for a city pad, this lavish first floor flat in the sought-after location of Maida Vale is ideal. The entire flat has been refurbished to a high standard without compromising its original features. Warwick Avenue tube station is only a few minutes’ walk away, as are the shops and cafes on the popular Clifton Road.

Available via Hanover Residential 

3. Six bedroom townhouse in Heriot Row, Edinburgh, for £2m

This listed Georgian townhouse in the heart of Edinburgh would make for a spectacular family home with its huge rooms and high ceilings. The accommodation is spread out across five floors and offers a combination of period features and modern fittings.

Available via Rettie & Co 

4. Five bedroom barn conversion in Oakley Green Road, Windsor, Berkshire, for £2m

If escaping to the country is a priority, then this farmhouse and barn conversion offer the perfect retreat. The property is also a horse lovers dream as it offers stable blocks for 23 horses, two barns, paddocks and 30 acres of grounds.

Available via Hamptons International 

5. Six bedroom detached house in Horton, Gower, Swansea, for £1,999,500

Overlooking the stunning beach in Port Eynon Bay is this recently restored mansion. The house benefits from a private location and two acres of gated grounds, as well as access through the professionally landscaped gardens down to the beach.

Available via Gower Coast Properties 

6. Four bedroom detached house in Lydiate Lane, Eccleston, Lancashire, for £2m

Historians will be interested by this unusual, predominantly Georgian house, which incorporated an older farmhouse when it was first built. It had additions in 1899, while later owners demolished most of the rear of the property. A new rear wing was then built in 2003, meaning that the house now contains an impressive total of five reception rooms, four double bedrooms and a separate annex.

Available via Regan & Hallworth 

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