Edwin Castro, the winner of the record-breaking $2 billion #Powerball jackpot in February, has once again splurged on an opulent property.Read full article
Since winning the lottery, the fortunate winner has already invested in at least two additional California houses, and he has just acquired a $47 million estate in Bel Air, Los Angeles.
Seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and an infinity pool with sweeping vistas of Los Angeles are among the boasts of Castro’s mansion.
The home features a theatre, wine cellar, suspended glass walkway, champagne tasting room, and DJ turntables.
The bedrooms have sitting areas and walk-in closets, and the foyer has a sizable koi pond.
After receiving his one-time lump sum payment of $997.6 million, he spent a cool $25.5 million on his first residence, which is in the Hollywood Hills neighbourhood of Los Angeles and has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread over 13,500 square feet.
The Post reported later in March that the Californian had acquired a second home, this one in Altadena, close to where he had purchased the life-altering Powerball ticket.
The second home, constructed in 1953, has a living room with a fireplace, an art studio, a pond, and unhindered views of the San Gabriel Mountains.
Castro has now spent a total of $76 million on real estate between the three houses, in addition to the $250,000 vintage Porsche that he was seen driving around town in April.