Lottery winner is selling his California mountain estate at a $19 million price cut – Take a look

Rick Knudsen went on to spend millions more on an adjacent 155-acre buffalo ranch and another 640-acre piece of land, as well as a steakhouse and saloon in town. It cost him about $11.5 million total.

Rick Knudsen won the $180 million California Mega Millions jackpot in 2014, quit his job, and bought the house— which was still under construction — for $5.5 million – Photo: Adrian Van Anz and Jason Speth via EagleCrestMountain.com

 

 

 

 

A lottery winner is selling his massive California mountain estate at more than a $19 million price cut.

Originally listed for $26 million in 2018, the Eagle Crest Estate is now up for auction with Concierge Auctions at a minimum price of $6.9 million, the auction house told Business Insider.

Rick Knudsen won the $180 million California Mega Millions jackpot in 2014, quit his job, and bought the house— which was still under construction — for $5.5 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. He went on to buy an adjacent buffalo ranch and another swath of land, piecing together 845 acres in total.

Here’s a look at the massive estate lottery winner Rick Knudsen is auctioning.

For the official listing of Eagle Crest Estate

Thank you to BusinessInsider and EagleCrestMountain.com for the story.

 

 

 

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