Britain's biggest ever lottery winners have purchased a multimillion cheap energy efficient home.
Nigel Page and his partner Justine Laycock, who scooped £56 million, have moved into the £4 million restored six-bedroom farmhouse, which uses just ten per cent of the energy needed by a typical household.
The Gloucestershire mansion is almost completely carbon neutral and features a garden that stores heat from the sun. The "solar park" contains 20 panels where heat from the sun is captured and converted into cheap energy.
The energy is stored in rocks in the ground and distributed to under floor heating in the house and the swimming pool.
Paul Lavell, who redeveloped the house, told the Telegraph: "You don't have to build a hobbit house to be eco-friendly."
He explained that when the home was put on the market last August, it was an experiment to show that it is possible to live in a luxurious and expensive home that is also low-energy.
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