Less than three months later, an elderly woman won her dream £4.5 million mansion for £25 and was put back up for sale.
June Smith, 74, was shocked to learn she had won a three-story, six-bedroom home as part of the Omaze Million Pound prize.
She initially said she would keep the house “for a while” but was unsure of her long-term plans.
Now the house on the waterfront near the Cornish town of Fowey has appeared on the property website Rightmove.
June wants to sell the plush mattress and use the money to help her children and grandchildren ‘with the next chapter in their lives’, Online email report.
She said: “I want to enjoy at least one family holiday here before putting it on the market.
“We’ve all come and stayed together and absolutely loved the house and Cornwall – and my six grandchildren have certainly made the most of that.
“I know winning this house will change the lives of my whole family, and that’s why I’ve decided to sell it now, because I want to use this money to help all my children and grandchildren. in the next chapter of their lives.”
The newspaper also said that viewing is only done by appointment with the agent JB Estates.
June, from Essex, sadly lost her husband of 43 years, Ron, last year when he suffered a heart attack at the age of 74.
But she said Ron would absolutely love the design of the house, calling it “a work of art”.
The home features a home office, a main living room with floor-to-ceiling glass, a modern kitchen and breakfast room, and a stylish dining room downstairs.
There is even a yoga studio at the end of the garden.
Omaze recently offered an amazing £3million Victorian home in London to a lucky winner.