5 innovative and expensive gadgets every lottery winner should buy now for their home

From a chair made from specially designed wood joints that lottery winners get their staff to assemble, to a handcrafted wall clock that alerts you with a light, these five gadgets are truly unique. And expensive. One commenter said..."it looked very very very good, but when I saw the price... Mm no, thanks." Well of course they won't appeal to the average guy - these are for the rich!

RICH IS: Lottery winners paying $295 for the world's most expensive burger

This is the world's most expensive hamburger perfect for today’s lottery winners - but there's a unique twist. Chefs at Serendipity 3 in New York City will make you their Le Burger Extravagant with wagyu beef, cave-aged cheddar, black truffles, caviar, a gold toothpick, and more.

And the best part? Profits from the sale of each burger will be donated to the Bowery Mission, "serving homeless and hungry New Yorkers since 1879."

The lottery winner's futuristic high tech home with an automated parking lift [VIDEO]

There's no end of the ideas that lottery winners can use for their own home in this video. But you're going to have to buy in Florida to take advantage of the automated car lift in a 9-story luxury condo development. Take a look at the million dollar homes that are using technology to make life easier and safer for their owners.

A convenient underground car lift in your garden is what every lottery winner needs to gain space

This list of goodies for the super-rich lottery winner is unique, and the lift is an eye-opener. And who wouldn't want the 3-screen reclining computer chair? It reminds us of the dentist, but hey - whatever works. Check out the rest of the video for some really interesting stuff you can buy whether you're rich or not.

RICH IS: Getting your pilot's license at the same age as Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman

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Actor Morgan Freeman, 82, owns and pilots this $8 million Sino Swearingen SJ30 jet.

Although he joined the Air Force as a mechanic, Morgan Freeman didn't learn to fly until he was 65 years old. He's been flying since 2003 and owns two planes: a twin-engine Cessna 414 and a Sino Swearingen SJ30 business jet. When you win the lottery, will you get your pilot’s license too?

RICH IS: Diving in your own mini-submarine around a luxury private island

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Virgin Group billionaire Richard Branson owns a 74-acre retreat in the Caribbean called Necker Island, where his luxury resort can accommodate up to 30 people.

When lottery winners get tired of lounging by the pool or beach, they can hang out on Branson's yacht, the Necker Belle, or explore the sea on his submarine, the Necker Nymph.