Do you ever imagine what you'd spend your money on if you won the lottery? We do, all the time, and there's one thing in particular that we'd drop a massive chunk of it on. Like this mansion in Arizona that looks like an actual castle and has a lake. Talk about house goals.

This enormous palace consists of a whopping 15,000 square feet with 8 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. 

The property sits on 10.5-acres and has a gated entry, giving you some extra security. 

You'll find this dreamy home in Chandler, Arizona. You'll get the perfect amount of city and suburban life. It's the best of both worlds. 

It even has a butler's quarters so you can hire a housemaid for added luxury. Can we be addressed when we arrive too?

There's also an in-home theatre that seats 22-people, an English pub, and a game room. It looks like a house you'd find in the English countryside.

With a 1.5-acre lake, you can spend those grueling hot summer months jet skiing or opt to swim in the beautiful pool. 

No matter what you decide to do, it's a place where your BFFs can live with you or even your immediate family.

If you did happen to win the lottery, you can buy all the dream cars you want. The 12-20 car garage has plenty of space for your beloved vehicles.

Inside, you'll find hardwood floors that exude rustic charm and many stained glass windows. With a lush landscape featuring pine and citrus trees, you will have enough privacy to keep curious eyes away.

This massive castle is what dreams are made of and if we had it our way, we'd buy it ASAP. We can't all buy our own, but you can see what sleeping in one feels like. Why not rent a mansion with your friends for cheap? It's an affordable option that won't break the bank. 

Gated Castle Estate

Price: $8,800,000

Address: 1220 N. Kyrene Rd., Chandler, AZ

Description: This castle-like home is so big it can fit you and a group of friends. Plus, you'll have your very own lake. 

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