Mark Wahlberg Lists His Huge $87.5 Million Estate And Gives Rare Look Inside
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We've seen some impressive celebrity homes in our time, but Mark Wahlberg's LA mega-mansion might just beat them all.
The Uncharted star recently put his sprawling Beverly Hills estate up for sale, and the listing has given people a rare look inside what is undoubtedly one of the most decked out cribs in all of Hollywood.
Spanning 6.2 acres of land and 30,500 square feet of living space, Wahlberg's pad consists of 12 bedrooms, 20 bathrooms, and even a separate guesthouse and maid's quarters.
As well as the palatial living spaces, oak-panelled man-caves, walk-in closets and dedicated shoe rooms, the house has all the leisure and entertainment facilities you can think of.
These include a giant home cinema, a gym bigger than your local Fitness First, a bar, and a wine cellar with storage for a frankly unnecessary 5,000 bottles, complete with two wing-backed chairs for Wahlberg and a mate to enjoy their favourite vintages.
Outside is an equally incredible story, as Wahlberg appears to have made the most of his 6.2 acres by creating his very own mini resort.
There's a huge swimming pool, featuring a plunge pool, a jacuzzi and a waterfall, a summer house opening on to a floodlit full-sized basketball court, a skate park (he is Marky Mark, after all) and, almost unbelievably, a private golf course for the star to practice his swing.
The property is nestled into a gorgeous LA hillside backdrop, no doubt offering complete privacy for the owner, with room for several cars in the circular driveway, and maxed out security gates and fences to ward off potential intruders.
It's located in the North Beverly Park gated community, a celeb-filled area of LA described in the listing as 'the most exclusive gated community on the West Coast.'
Of course, all this luxury comes at a cost. The property is currently listed by celebrity realtor Kurt Rappaport for a cool $87.5 million ($67m), who describes the sale as 'truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire one of the great estates in Los Angeles'.
As a result, Wahlberg looks set to bank tens of millions of dollars in profit from the sale, having originally bought the land for just $8.25 million (£6.3m) back in 2009.
After spending more than a decade transforming the property into a Beverly Hills paradise, it looks like Wahlberg is moving on, so who knows how grand his next place might turn out to be.