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Mighty Millions lottery homes tend to be very kid friendly.

But the 2020 edition gives new meaning to winning a grand prize home: the kids get one, too — well, kind of.

After all, you wouldn’t expect anything less from a lottery that supports the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation.

In the lower level of this $2.5-million grand prize home — there’s also a guest bedroom, bathroom, and a sitting area that doubles as an entertainment zone down on this floor — resides a house within a house. Built to mimic the Prairie Modern exterior of this Cameron Heights residence, this one-of-a-kind feature takes a kid’s playhouse to the next level and even includes a fenced-off attached yard.

If that’s not enough, there’s a car for the kids, too: a cute black Mini convertible with seating room for one young driver.

“We wanted to do something special for the children,” said Ashley and Brian MacLean, co-owners of Newground Developments Ltd., which built this 6,200-plus square foot lottery home. “Everybody’s loved it, including kids from four to 14 years old.”

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