Edwin Castro, who received Powerballs record-breaking $2 billion jackpot this February, has splashed as soon as extra on an expensive mansion. The fortunate lottery winner has already bought at the very least two different California mansions since winning and now he has purchased a $47 million compound in Bel Air, Los Angeles.Castros crib brags seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and an infinity pool with panoramic views of Los Angeles. The mansion boasts DJ turntables, a champagne tasting room, a suspended glass walkway, a wine cellar and a theater. (*7*)There are walk-in closets and sitting areas in the bedrooms, and an infinite koi pond in the entry space.The first property he bought, for a cool $25.5 million after claiming his onetime lump sum fee of $997.6 million, is in the Hollywood Hills space of LA and options 5 bedrooms and seven bathrooms unfold over 13,500 sq. ft. Later in March, The Post reported the California native had gotten a second home, this one in his hometown of Altadena, not removed from the place he purchased the life-changing Powerball ticket.That second home, constructed in 1953, provides unobstructed views of the San Gabriel Mountains, a fireplace-equipped front room, an artwork studio and a pond.Between the three properties, Castro has now spent a mixed $76 million on actual property, plus a $250,000 classic Porsche he was noticed taking for a cruise round city again in April. The publish Edwin Castro buys his third mansion worth $47M mansion with 7 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms after winning $2B lottery in February (images) appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.