Powerball winner buys 2nd million-dollar mansion.

After buying a $25.5 million Hollywood Hills residence earlier this month, Edwin Castro, the $2 billion California Powerball winner, bought a $4 million California mansion.

The 30-year-old won $997.6 million last month. Castro promptly bought the "entertainer's dream" bachelor pad with a game room, wine cellar, movie theater, bar, and luxury fitness studio.

The California native bought a $4 million residence in his hometown of Altadena, near the petrol station where he bought his Powerball winnings.

Dirt.com stated that olive trees hide his new Japanese-inspired home, which boasts a spectacular view of the San Gabriel Mountains.

The outlet describes the 1953 five-bedroom, four-bath home as modern with Japanese influences. High ceilings, white walls, and basic lighting make it ideal for displaying art.

Castro bought two California mansions after winning the Powerball. The home's Thermador-equipped eat-in kitchen and living room have fireplaces. The estate has gorgeous garden and peak views.


Two of the five bedrooms are now art studios and soundproof movie theaters. The U-shaped residence has a pond, patio, and saltwater pool. A detached two-car garage and covered carport can park over 12 automobiles off-street.

Castro earned a $997.6 million lump sum last month after winning the ticket. AP Castro's first home after winning contains five bedrooms, five baths, and two powder rooms.

 The 13,500-square-foot living space overlooks Downtown LA and Century City. It has a gym, cold plunge pool, wind cellar, movie theater, and sauna.

Castro's latest purchase is near the Altadena gas station where he acquired the winning lottery ticket.

Castro came forward three months after buying the winning ticket at an Altadena gas station, and the California Lottery revealed his win Feb. 14.