by Georgie Mihaila
After Edwin Castro hit it big, winning the record-breaking $2 billion Powerball jackpot in 2022, the overnight billionaire went on a spree of luxury purchases.
The 31-year-old got himself a $25.5 million estate in Hollywood Hills, a $4M mansion in his hometown of Altadena, and topped everything off with a $47 million Bel Air compound.
Now, if the Powerball winner had waited just a couple of months longer, he could have gotten the neighborhood’s newest gem
— a newly built $49,950,000 residence that redefines modern opulence.
Spanning an impressive 20,000 square feet, this newly constructed three-story abode stands as a testament to contemporary design and sophisticated living.
The property — which boasts six bedrooms (each with its own ensuite bath) and an additional five bathrooms — is listed with Ben Bacal of Revel Real Estate.
The heart of the home is its kitchen, tailored for culinary aficionados, featuring a restaurant-grade walk-in refrigerator and an expansive island.
The luxury extends to the primary suite, a sanctuary featuring a fireplace, a wraparound deck with a fire pit, and panoramic views.
Beyond the living spaces, the property’s entertainment amenities are unrivaled.
From a state-of-the-art home theater and gym to a wine cellar and lush landscaping, every aspect has been carefully curated to offer an unparalleled living experience.
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Photo credit: Ryan Lahiff courtesy of Revel Real Estate