While the odds of winning the largest Powerball jackpot in history are about 1 in 292 million, there’s still a (tiny) chance you could come away with it all—or at least a massive portion of it if there are multiple winning tickets. As of now, one winner is estimated to haul away an eye-popping cash value of $782.4 million, according to Powerball.
With that amount of money in your pocket, you could have your pick of one, or several, ultraluxe homes across the country.
Here’s a look at five top splurge-worthy homes to consider:
Why it’s here: Live among Hollywood’s elite in this sprawling spread owned by former Disney CEO Michael Eisner.
Located on approximately 5 acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this spectacular 25,025-square-foot megamansion was designed by architect Robert AM Stern. The massive, nine-building compound features everything from a gym and beach cottage to an underground tunnel from the pool to a large home theater. There’s even a cliffside elevator to the beach. The 16 bedrooms and additional guesthouses can accept all of your closest friends and family to your winnings.
If Eisner sells you this home, you’ll also be making California history: The transaction would be the largest sale ever in the state. (You’ll join the ranks of billionaire venture capitalist Marc Andreessenwho set the state record last year with his Malibu purchase for $177 million.)
Why it’s here: If you purchase this colossal compound owned by telecom mogul Bruce McCaw For a list price, it will go down as one of the priciest transactions in the Northwest.
Overlooking Lake Washington, the five-bedroom estate once owned by saxophonist Kenny G sits on 4 pristine acres of privacy. Designed by celeb-favored architect Richard Landry, the main residence is constructed of sandstone and glass. It features a breathtaking, two-story entry, walls of windows, a wood-paneled library, and an ornate dining room.
The compound comprises four buildings: the main residence, beach house, staff house, and pool cabana. There’s a total of 17,599 square feet of living space.
There’s also a private dock large enough to accommodate boats, a seaplane, personal watercraft, and a yacht, but you’ll have to bring your own toys.
Why it’s here: Now’s your chance to enjoy big-city living in this massive, 17,545-square-foot penthouse at Central Park Tower.
Not only will you score the top spot in midtown Manhattan’s Billionaires Row skyscraper, but you will also be set up in the world’s tallest residential tower. Featuring spectacular views of the city skyline from Central Park to the Hudson and East Rivers, the seven-bedroom condo occupies the top three floors of the building.
Hope you like heights: The property features a terrace that’s believed to be the highest in the world. There’s an impressive 1,433 square feet of outdoor space to take in the unobstructed city views.
Luxury features include 27-foot ceilings, a grand salon, observatory, library, and media room. There’s a ballroom for hosting private parties, a catering kitchen with a separate entry, and an elevator to whisk you to each floor.
According to the Wall Street Journal, if you purchase this home, you would set a record with the country’s highest-ever home sale.
Be sure to set aside some extra cash for the whopping $26,952 monthly condo fees.
Why it’s here: If you prefer the Rocky Mountain High life, this six-bedroom lodge once owned by Colorado tech giant Tim Gil will surely delight. It’s 44 acres of alpine beauty overlooking Castle Creek Valley.
Built in 1998 using logs from Yellowstone Park, the 11,877-square-foot home features reclaimed hickory flooring, a split-log bar with onyx backsplash, and an open-flame, river rock fireplace in the great room.
The plush primary suite comes with “an oversized steam shower with bench, gas fireplace, dual vanities, separate bathrooms, two walk-in closets, and a large soaking tub,” according to the listing.
The sprawling property features spectacular views of Mount Hayden, Aspen Highlands, Midnight Mine, Highland Bowl’s North Woods, and G-Zones.
There’s also a detached elevated gym, spa with full bath, massage room, partly covered outdoor hot tub, four-car garage, and outdoor heated seating.
Why it’s here: Currently the most expensive listing in Florida, this 12-bedroom beauty sits on a lot of 3 acres on La Gorce Island.
The listing is being offered by the foundation of the late doctor M. Lee Pearce and includes four unique parcels.
The guard-gated island where rapper Lil Wayne once lived is accessible by a bridge from Miami Beach. The property features 600 feet of water frontage overlooking Biscayne Bay. Three of the four parcels have homes, each one with a private dock. The fourth lot features a private park known as Domaine de la Paix et de l’Amour, which boasts a bay-facing, marble gazebo.
Built in 1936, the luxury dwelling features coffered ceilings, lots of built-ins, numerous fireplaces, and a wood-paneled library.