Have you ever sat and thought about what you’d do with your money if you won the lottery?
Buy a house, go on a fun vacation, splash out on a flash car?
That’s the dilemma Edwin Castro has been facing since pocketing the lifechanging $2 billion Powerball jackpot back in February.
The lucky lotto player has chosen to spend a chunk of his newfound cash on luxury real estate.
He’s already purchased two California mansions – and now he’s splurged yet again, this time on a $47 million compound in Bel Air.
And for $47 million, this pad has it all.
Castro’s new crib boasts seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and an infinity pool with panoramic views of Los Angeles.
The 31-year-old’s newest home also boasts DJ turntables, a champagne tasting room, wine cellar, suspended glass walkway, and theater.
Each of the bedrooms has a walk-in closet and sitting area, and there’s also an enormous koi pond in the entry area of the house.
Castro’s other new estates are only a stone’s throw away too.
The first property he purchased in the Hollywood Hills cost a cool $25.5 million.
That particular mansion, which is spread over 13,500 square feet, features five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The home also has an infinity pool, wine cellar and movie theater, double-height staircase, fitness studio, spa, and two fire pits.
Just a few wesks later, the California native purchased a second property, this time in his hometown of Altedena.
Built in 1953, the second house offers unobstructed views of the San Gabriel Mountains, a fireplace-equipped living room, an art studio, and a pond.
Between the three properties, Edwin Castro has reportedly spent a combined $76 million on real estate.
Then there’s the other lavish purchases he’s made, including a $250,000 vintage Porsche which he was spotted cruising around in back in April.