The winner of the $2 billion California Powerball, Edwin Castro, has bought a $4 million California mansion after dropping $25.5 million on a lavish Hollywood Hills property earlier this month.
The 30-year-old claimed the profitable ticket final month and obtained a one-time lump sum fee of $997.6 million.
Castro rapidly bought the sprawling bachelor pad, coined as an “entertainer’s dream,” because it features a recreation room, wine cellar, movie show, bar and a luxurious health studio.
The California native just lately upped his real-estate portfolio as soon as once more, buying a $4 million mansion in his hometown of Altadena — a brief distance from the gasoline station the place he bought his profitable Powerball payday.
His new Japanese-inspired pad is shielded from the general public eye by olive timber and has a shocking unobstructed view of the San Gabriel Mountains, dirt.com reported.
The outlet particulars the 1953-built five-bedroom, four-bath dwelling as being fashionable with Japanese affect. It options excessive ceilings, crisp white partitions and minimalist lighting fixtures good to place an artwork assortment on show.
The residence’s lounge encompasses a fire whereas its eat-in kitchen is supplied with Thermador home equipment. All through the property are gorgeous backyard and mountaintop views.
Two of the 5 bedrooms have been reconfigured to behave as an artwork studio and a soundproof movie show.
Stepping outdoors the U-shaped dwelling, there’s a pond, patio and saltwater swimming pool. The property can park greater than a dozen automobiles off-street in a indifferent two-car storage and separate lined carport.
The primary dwelling Castro bought following his large win has 5 bedrooms, 5 baths and two powder rooms. The 13,500 sq. toes of dwelling house boasts panoramic views of Downtown LA to Century Metropolis.
The house additionally features a health club, chilly plunge pool, wind cellar, movie show and sauna.
Exterior options embrace an infinity pool, a spa, two hearth pits and a built-in barbecue space.
Castro got here ahead over three months after buying the profitable ticket at a gasoline station in Altadena, and his win was introduced Feb. 14 by California Lottery officers.