This was the modest home of former British car mechanic Neil Trotter, seen here with partner Nicky Ottaway.
Then he won EuroMillions - a £108 million (US$165M) jackpot - and a year later shifted into this eight bedroom mansion below...
The 41-year-old motorsport fan was living in a home that his father had bought him in 2006 while he ran a car repair business.
After the win Neil spent months looking for suitable property and found this one in the Kent countryside.
The £5 million US$7.6M) medieval mansion comes with its own private lake and more than 400 acres of land.
The garages where Neil hopes to house a collection of his supercars.
The eight-bedroom Grade II-listed manor house has been extended and renovated over the years. It enjoys sensational views across landscaped gardens and the lake, and is surrounded by woods and fields.
Inside, large wood-beamed rooms and vast stone open fireplaces give the property the feel of a medieval squire’s home.
There is also a separate three-bedroom oast house with a distinctive conical roof, converted from a traditional building used to dry hops for beer.
"There are a lot of stunning cars out there – I’m going to need a lot of garage space at the new house," he told the Daily Mail.
Neil wanted a McLaren P1 for his collection, but the entire range had sold out at the time.
The EuroMillions winner also described how the couple hoped to find a ‘slower pace of living’ by moving to the country.
Neil Trotter talks about his win at the EuroMillions check presentation.
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