Edwin Castro, the $2.04billion Powerball lottery winner, buys a $47 million Los Angeles mansion as his real-estate portfolio grows and he lives large

Edwin Castro, the winner of the record-breaking $2 Billion Powerball jackpot, is moving on up and adding to his real-estate portfolio. 

The fresh Billionaire of Bel Air has now purchased a $47 Million Los Angeles compound, sold by celebrity realtor Mauricio Umansky. 

The massive property has seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, a koi pond and an enormous infinity pool overlooking all of LA. It adds to his other Bel Air home and a residence in Altadena. 

Castro’s life changed when he purchased the winning ticket from a local gas station last year. 

In February, Castro came forward to claim the winnings from November’s $2.04billion drawing, opting to take the lump sum of $997.6 million. Since then he has been spotted in a Porsche and at the homes. 

Edwin Castro, winner of the record breaking $2 Billion Powerball jackpot, has upsized, increasing his pricey real estate portfolio with a $47million estate

Edwin Castro, winner of the record breaking $2 Billion Powerball jackpot, has upsized, increasing his pricey real estate portfolio with a $47million estate

The Fresh Billionaire of Bel Air purchased a $47 Million Bel Air compound recently, sold by celebrity realtor Mauricio Umansky

The Fresh Billionaire of Bel Air purchased a $47 Million Bel Air compound recently, sold by celebrity realtor Mauricio Umansky

The massive property has 7 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, a koi pond and enormous infinity pool overlooking all of Los Angeles

The massive property has 7 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, a koi pond and enormous infinity pool overlooking all of Los Angeles

The property is nestled in the hills of Bel Air providing ample privacy

The property is nestled in the hills of Bel Air providing ample privacy

The billionaire's life has been on display as his million-dollar purchases have made headlines

The billionaire’s life has been on display as his million-dollar purchases have made headlines

His identity was revealed at a press conference that he declined to attend to remain ‘private.’ 

But California state law requires lottery winners to disclose their full names, whether they want to or not. 

The billionaire’s life has been on display as his million-dollar purchases have made headlines.  

Castro has been living large since his winnings, now buying three separate California mansions for a total of $76 million. He was also seen driving away from a bank in a vintage Porsche.

The new seven bed, 11 bath palazzo comes with DJ turntables, a champagne tasting room and a suspended glass walkway. 

Upon entering the building the foyer boasts a giant, swimming pool-sized koi pond with glass walls and an infinity pool.

The entire house is wired for found with even those having a dip in the pool able to feel the beat making it the perfect place for a party.

The home even complete complete with a bar area, a glass-walled wine cellar and huge home theater and screening room. 

Naturally the bedrooms boast walk-in wardrobes, sitting areas termed ‘relaxation suites’ and large bathtubs – the pinnacle of luxury.  

31-year-old Edwin Castro's life took a dramatic turn when he purchased the winning ticket from a local gas station last year before claiming a lump sum of $997.6m in February

31-year-old Edwin Castro’s life took a dramatic turn when he purchased the winning ticket from a local gas station last year before claiming a lump sum of $997.6m in February

He was also seen driving away from a bank in a vintage Porsche 911

He was also seen driving away from a bank in a vintage Porsche 911

Joe's Service Center in Altadena, California, where the ticket was purchased last November

Joe’s Service Center in Altadena, California, where the ticket was purchased last November

California Lottery Director Alva Johnson announces that Edwin Castro won November's record-high $2.04 billion PowerBall jackpot in February

California Lottery Director Alva Johnson announces that Edwin Castro won November’s record-high $2.04 billion PowerBall jackpot in February 

The home has plenty of glass meaning views of Los Angeles are unparalleled

The home has plenty of glass meaning views of Los Angeles are unparalleled 

The latest home has a swimming pool-sized koi pond

The latest home has a swimming pool-sized koi pond

Castro also bought this $25million home just 20 miles from his $4million property in California

Castro also bought this $25million home just 20 miles from his $4million property in California

The home which is carved into the cliff face has a very distinctive angular pool and hot tub

The home which is carved into the cliff face has a very distinctive angular pool and hot tub

There is plenty of room for parking with spaces up top and a garage down below

There is plenty of room for parking with spaces up top and a garage down below

The sprawling 13,578-square-foot hillside home which comes complete with a full outdoor kitchen, gym, wine cellar and infinity pool

The sprawling 13,578-square-foot hillside home which comes complete with a full outdoor kitchen, gym, wine cellar and infinity pool

Another of Castro's new homes is a $4million mansion, also in the Los Angeles area

Another of Castro’s new homes is a $4million mansion, also in the Los Angeles area

The five bedroom, five bathroom, 4,300 square foot house is in Altadena, California, close to where Castro grew up

The five bedroom, five bathroom, 4,300 square foot house is in Altadena, California, close to where Castro grew up

One of his new homes is a $4million mansion, also in the Los Angeles area.

The home comes with its own home theater, private office and expensive artwork, which is sure to be improved given Castro’s hefty new bank balance.

The Altadena home is only a short drive from where Castro grew up.

If Castro tires of the $4 million estate, he is only around 20 miles from his second California complex, which he bought for $25 million one week earlier.

The sprawling 13,500-square-foot hillside estate, comes complete with a full outdoor kitchen, gym, wine cellar and infinity pool.

At the time of his win, in a prepared statement Castro said: ‘As much as I am shocked and ecstatic to have won the Powerball drawing, the real winner is the California public school system.’

Public schools in California act as a beneficiary to the state’s lottery.

It means the education system received over $156 million as a result of the record-breaking win.

source: dailymail.co.uk