Mark Wahlberg’s mega-mansion — an amenity-loaded compound full with a golf course, skate park and grotto — simply surfaced on the market at $87.5 million in Beverly Park.
If the film star will get his value (or something shut), it’ll be the second-biggest house sale in Southern California to this point this 12 months. The present crown belongs to The One, which was auctioned off for $141 million in March.
There’s a cause the mansion carries such a giant price ticket. At 30,500 sq. toes, it’s the seventh-largest home at present in the marketplace in Los Angeles County — and whereas lots of the high spots are occupied by boxy, fashionable spec mansions, Wahlberg’s place stands by itself as a European-style showplace that mixes Outdated World fashion with an abundance of contemporary facilities.
Set on greater than six acres, the property is in Beverly Park, a star-studded neighborhood that recurrently sees gross sales north of $30 million. In February, Sylvester Stallone offered his house there to Adele for $58 million.
Wahlberg, who’s starring within the biographical drama “Father Stu,” purchased the property for $8.25 million in 2009 and commissioned mega-mansion architect Richard Landry to construct the house. Landry completed it 5 years later, becoming 12 bedrooms, 20 bogs and a myriad of lavish residing areas into the two-story flooring plan.
Aerial view of the house. (Anthony Barcelo)
The outside. (Anthony Barcelo)
The entry. (Anthony Barcelo)
The library. (Anthony Barcelo)
The lounge. (Anthony Barcelo)
The eating room. (Anthony Barcelo)
The kitchen. (Anthony Barcelo)
The theater. (Anthony Barcelo)
The wine cellar. (Anthony Barcelo)
The fitness center. (Anthony Barcelo)
The bed room. (Anthony Barcelo)
The yard. (Anthony Barcelo)
The six-acre property. (Anthony Barcelo)
The pool. (Anthony Barcelo)
The basketball court docket. (Anthony Barcelo)
The golf course. (Anthony Barcelo)
A motor court docket with a fountain approaches the column-lined exterior, and inside, twin staircases set a stately tone within the grand entry. Different highlights embrace a two-story wood-paneled library, double-island kitchen, movie show, wine cellar, a number of bars and large fitness center.
Terraces line the second story, overlooking a park-like yard with gardens, lawns, a grotto-style swimming pool, skate park and five-hole golf course with sand traps. Wahlberg, a Massachusetts native, additionally added a basketball court docket emblazoned with the Boston Celtics brand.
Wahlberg grew to stardom as a member of the hip-hop group Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch earlier than transitioning to performing with notable credit in “Boogie Nights,” “Planet of the Apes” and “The Different Guys.” The 50-year-old has acquired two Oscar nominations: one for “The Departed” and one for “The Fighter.”
Kurt Rappaport of Westside Property company holds the itemizing.