EuroMillions winners say goodbye to their £3.5 million mansion which sold in less than 2 weeks


Lottery winners Colin and Christine Weir said goodbye to each other in early January this year when their divorce was finalised.

Now they’re saying farewell to Frognal House in Troon’s Southwoods, which they bought together for £3.5 million in 2014.

The pair bought four-bedroom mansion complete with its furniture and fittings after a ten-minute viewing.


Frognal House had been transferred into Christine's name. PHOTO: PRESSTEAM

The estate grounds include fountains, greenhouses and a market garden.

The blonde sandstone multi-million pound mansion features a minstrel’s gallery with a 36,000 piece crystal chandelier and a billiards room with inglenook fireplace.


Four main bedrooms overlook the 32-acre grounds.

Agents Savills, who were marketing the property at offers over £2.25m, revealed it is ‘under offer.’

Britain’s largest lottery winners with a £161 million EuroMillions jackpot win, the Weirs bought Frognal from hotel tycoon, chef and entrepreneur Bill Costley five years ago for £3.5m.

Costley had opened it as a hotel in 2008 after a £2m restoration before making it his home.

The Weirs have now split up and Christine, 63, was living there without her 71-year-old husband.

Last year Colin bought a five-bed coastal mansion in Ayrshire for £1.5 million.


Colin Weir, then 64, and his wife Christine, 55, who scooped the £161million jackpot in 2011, said it 'felt like a dream' to have won. PHOTO: Daily Mail

The couple remain the UK’s biggest lotto winners after scooping their massive fortune in the summer of 2011.

The Weirs have given away millions through their Trust to support community groups and charities since their win.