AN amazing football-inspired home of a EuroMillions lottery winner has gone on the market for £9 million.
Dave Dawes, a Chelsea football fanatic, decided to put his unique seven-bed mansion up for sale.
The former EuroMillions winner purchased the Surrey home after he scooped a whopping £101 million in October 2011.
Before strikingly lucky, Dave worked as a shift supervisor for Premier Foods while Angela was a volunteer for the British Heart Foundation.
The couple had only ever played twice and couldn’t believe their luck.
After buying a new engagement ring, planning their dream wedding and several holidays, the couple made their closest friends and family millionaires, giving away large chunks of their money.
As an avid Blues fan Dave had the pool decorated in the team’s honor, tiling their logo on the bottom of the indoor pool.
In 2019 the couple were targeted and robbed with the robbers making off with £20,000 cash, jewelery and a Range Rover which was later found burn out nearby.
That property was previously owned in the 1960s by Tom Jones and Engelbert Humperdinck.
Following the harrowing ordeal, the couple moved out into this larger and more expensive mansion in Surrey.
As well as the indoor pool, the property boasts eight bathrooms, five receptions, a large garage and a leisure complex.
“Set under a glass roof, the pool area is flooded with natural light, with the far wall devoted to wide opening doors overlooking the gardens,” reads the listing.
“A gym with sauna and changing facilities completes the leisure complex.
“A kitchen with fully integrated modern appliances also comes with a breakfast bar, and adjoining pantry and laundry room, and leads through to a breath-taking orangery.”
Standing on 1.5 acres of land, the property boasts 13,000 square feet for prospective buyers to meander around.
And there is a massive 900 acres of natural woodland surrounding the property offering luxury and privacy for any potential owners.
It comes as you could scoop tonight’s EuroMillions jackpot of £108 million.
The stonking win will make you richer than football aces Mo Salah and Kevin de Bruyne.
Players have just hours to enter the Friday night draw – and each play costs £2.50.
To win, Brits need to pick out five main numbers from one to 50 and two lucky stars from one to 12.