Edwin Castro, who won Powerball’s record-breaking $2 billion jackpot this February, isn’t quite done spending his newfound cash on luxury real estate. 

The lucky lotto player has already purchased at least two other California mansions since coming into the money this past winter — and now he has splurged yet again, this time on a $47 million compound in Bel Air.

Castro’s newest crib brags seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and an infinity pool with panoramic views of Los Angeles, the Daily Mail first reported.


Edwin Castro's new mansion.
Edwin Castro bought a $47 million Los Angeles mansion.
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Castro won $2 billion from the Powerball.
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Edwin Castro's new mansion.
Castro has bought at least two other California mansions since he won the lottery.
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The 31-year-old’s newest home further boasts DJ turntables, a champagne tasting room, a suspended glass walkway, a wine cellar and a theater.

There are walk-in closets and sitting areas in the bedrooms, and an enormous koi pond in the entry area.

Castro’s other abodes aren’t far away. 

The first property he purchased, for a cool $25.5 million after claiming his onetime lump sum payment of $997.6 million, is in the Hollywood Hills — and features five bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread over 13,500 square feet.


Edwin Castro's new mansion.
The 31-year-old’s newest home further boasts DJ turntables, a champagne tasting room, a suspended glass walkway, a wine cellar and a theater.
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Edwin Castro's new mansion.
Castro’s newest crib brags seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and an infinity pool with panoramic views of Los Angeles.
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Edwin Castro's new mansion.
In Castro’s new mansion are walk-in closets and sitting areas in the bedrooms, and an enormous koi pond in the entry area.
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Edwin Castro's new mansion.
Between the three homes, Castro has now spent a combined $76 million on real estate.
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It also has an infinity pool, a wine cellar and a movie theater, a double-height staircase, a fitness studio, a spa and two firepits, The Post reported in March.

Later that same month, The Post reported the California native had gotten a second house, this one in his hometown of Altadena, not far from where he bought the life-changing Powerball ticket.

That second house, built in 1953, offers unobstructed views of the San Gabriel Mountains, a fireplace-equipped living room, an art studio and a pond. 

Between the three homes, Castro has now spent a combined $76 million on real estate, not to mention other luxury purchases, such as a $250,000 vintage Porsche he was spotted taking for a cruise around town back in April. 

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