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Edwin Casto, a Powerball winner with $2 billion in winnings, recently purchased a stunning $47 million mega-mansion in Los Angeles. 

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The mansion boasts seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a koi pond, and a spectacular infinity pool offering breathtaking views. 

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It was sold by celebrity estate agent Mauricio Umansky, adding to Casto's already impressive property portfolio, which includes homes in Bel Air and Altadena worth a combined $76 million.

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The mega-mansion comes with unique features such as DJ turntables, a champagne tasting room, and a suspended glass walkway.

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Other amenities include a bar area, a glass-walled wine cellar, and a spacious home theater and screening room.

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The luxurious bedroom includes walk-in wardrobes, relaxation suites, and large bathtubs.

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Casto has hired three guards for 24/7 security to protect his newfound wealth.

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He won the $2.04 billion Powerball prize in February, choosing to receive a lump sum of $997.6 million. 

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Casto's identity as the Powerball winner was revealed, despite his desire for privacy, due to California state law mandating disclosure of lottery winners' full names. 

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The significant win also resulted in a substantial contribution of $156.3 million to the California public school system, a cause that Casto expressed support for through a representative. 

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