Powerball hits 1.5 billion

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The most expensive home for sale in the Midlands is on 3.5 acres on Lake Tucker in Elgin. | Photo via Zillow

The Powerball jackpot is up to $1.5 billion without a winner on Wednesday. If you think you don’t have a chance, remember back in 2019 when a $1.5 billion ticket was sold in Simpsonville, SC at the KC Mart via a Quick Pick ticket.

That winner chose the cash option. A one-time payment of $877,784,124. In Columbia, that money would go a long way. We took a look at the three most expensive homes for sale in the Midlands in case you win and want to upgrade your digs.

$4.5 million | 102 Island View Cir, Elgin | This five-bedroom, 10-bath, 17,228 sqft villa features a saltwater pool + a waterfront view.
$3.8 million | 209 Old Summer Pl, Chapin | This 5-bedroom, seven-bath, 10,286 sqft has a private boat ramp on Lake Murray and a negative edge pool.
$3.5 million | 1057 Will Frick Rd, Blythewood | Only five bedrooms, six-bath, and 7,000 sqft, but is on 56 acres with a large barn and of course, a swimming pool.

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