Connect with us

Business

Mark Wahlberg’s Beverly Park mega-mansion is for sale

Published

on

#Mark #Wahlbergs #Beverly #Park #megamansion #sale

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 date 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 presently 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occupied by boxy, fashionable spec mansions, Wahlberg’s place stands by itself as a European-style showplace that mixes Outdated World model with an abundance of recent facilities.

Set on greater than six acres, the property is in Beverly Park, a star-studded neighborhood that usually sees gross sales north of $30 million. In February, Sylvester Stallone sold his home 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 dwelling areas into the two-story flooring plan.

A motor courtroom 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 big 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 courtroom 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 appearing with notable credit in “Boogie Nights,” “Planet of the Apes” and “The Different Guys.” The 50-year-old has obtained two Oscar nominations: one for “The Departed” and one for “The Fighter.”

Kurt Rappaport of Westside Property company holds the itemizing.