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Powerball Winners: Edwin Castro’s Mansions and Their Exorbitant Costs | MIX

Edwin Castro is a lucky man. In November 2022, he won 2.04 billion on the Powerball, the largest prize in the history of the US lottery, which overnight made this mechanic one of the richest men in the world. Proof of his great wealth is that he was able to buy luxury villas in his native California.

Although the jackpot was $2.04 billion, Edwin Castro received a total of $997.6 million from the lottery because he chose to collect the prize in a single payment instead of 29 annual payments. The American of Hispanic descent ultimately kept $628.5 million after paying taxes.

Castro received his prize in February 2023 and although the Latino José Rivera claims that he is the real owner of the winning ticket and has taken the case to court, this is not an obstacle for the scout to continue to advertise real estate and other luxury goods such as: B. Spending money as a $250,000 porch.


Since receiving the lottery winnings in February 2023, 31-year-old Edwin Castro has bought a total of two villas and a house. All with luxury and located in their home state of California. The total for the three homes is estimated at $76.5 million, the New York Post reported.

House 1: Bel Air

Price: $47 million

Castro bought a $47 million mansion in Los Angeles. (Photo:

It is located in a $47 million complex in Bel Air, California. It has seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and an infinity pool with panoramic views of Los Angeles, the Daily Mail reported. The 31-year-old’s newest home also features a DJ turntable, a champagne tasting room, a floating glass aisle, a winery and a theater. There are walk-in closets and sitting areas in the bedrooms, as well as a huge koi pond in the entrance area. The entire house is equipped for fun and even those who take a dip in the pool can feel the rhythm, making it the perfect place for a party. The home even features a bar area, a glass-walled wine cellar, and a huge home theater and screening room. The bedrooms have walk-in closets, sitting areas called “relaxation suites” and large bathtubs – the height of luxury.

House 2: Altadena

Price: $4 million

The second property Edwin Castro bought (Photo: Compass)

Edwin Castro bought his second home in his hometown of Altadena, near where he supposedly bought the Powerball ticket that made him a multimillionaire. It was built in 1953 and cost $4 million. Offers unobstructed views of the San Gabriel Mountains. It is decorated in Japanese style and has five bedrooms and the same number of bathrooms. The living room is equipped with a fireplace and an art studio. As if that wasn’t enough, there is a large terrace with a pond and a saltwater pool, which is not very common. The house has an extensive terrace and a solar light panel.

House 1: Hollywood Hills

Price: $25.5 million

The luxurious mansion purchased by Edwin Castro is located in Hollywood Hills, California. (Simon Berlyn / The Agency).

The first property Edwin Castro bought cost him $25.5 million. It is located in the Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California and has these film, music and television characters as neighbors. It has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms in 13,500 square feet.

Built on a cliff, it has three floors, five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two powder rooms, a main room with a huge fireplace, a large kitchen, glass walls, a rooftop terrace and much more, Dirt published.

It also features an infinity pool, a wine cellar, a movie theater, a sauna, a double-height staircase, a gym, a spa and two fire pits, The Post reported in March. It also has two garages, each with a capacity of six cars.

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