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3:14pm 8th August 2012

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A mystery Cornish man's won a million pounds on the lottery.

'Mr C' bought his ticket online for the Euromillions Millionare Raffle a couple of weeks ago.

Pirate FM listeners say they would spend the cash on property

While Mr C is too late to snap up Newquay's Island, which has just sold for £995,000, St Ives estate agent Paul LeBas says there is plenty on offer:

"With a million pounds these days you can definitely get the views and the location you want but it doesn't go as far as it used to. We've got a property overlooking Porthmeor Beach offering three bedrooms, a hot tub and jacuzzi room and dramatic views over the beach looking from Clodgy point all the way through to the Island"

"I would definitely be looking to invest in property in the area, just because of the income these properties can generate. A lot of them are now obtaining 30-35 weeks a year and bringing in in excess of £30, 000 plus income as well which is a great return, probably better than what you would get in a bank"

3:14pm 8th August 2012

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