Mark Wahlberg has reduced the asking price of his Beverly Hills, California, mansion by $8 million, to $79.5 million
Mark Wahlberg’s 30,000-square-foot megamansion in Beverly Hills, California, now has a total asking price of $79.5 million after a $8 million price cut.
The home was initially listed in April with a $87.5 million asking price. According to the advertisement made by Carl Gambino of Compass and Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency, Inc., it is situated in North Beverly Park, which is referred to as “the most exclusive gated community on the West Coast.”
The residence, designed by Richard Landry, is over 30,000 square feet in size
The property was characterized in the advertising as “basically functioning as your very own private country club.” It had been taken off the market the previous month, but it was relisted on Tuesday at a higher price. Mr. Cambino and Mr. Rappaport were asked to answer, but they did not do so right away.
The imperial staircase in the foyer’s marble
According to PropertyShark’s records, Mr. Wahlberg, who is now 51 years old, and his wife Rhea Durham, who is now 44 years old, bought the house for about $8.25 million in 2009, the same year they got married. The pair currently lives in a massive house designed by Richard Landry, a guy known as the “King of the Megamansion.” The couple had this home constructed so that their four children could live there.
The living area
The mansion features 12 bedrooms and 20 bathrooms, as well as a double-height lobby with a wrought-iron imperial staircase, formal living and dining rooms, an eat-in kitchen with two islands, a light-filled breakfast nook, and a family room, according to photos included with the listing. French doors, fireplaces, statement lighting, and arched door frames are just a few of the design elements found throughout.
A chef’s kitchen
In addition, there is a library with wood-paneled walls, a home theater, a wet bar, a wine cellar with a tasting room, and a primary bedroom suite with a sitting area, two bathrooms, and two dressing rooms. All of these features can be found in the mansion.
There is a two-story library with wooden walls
Mr. Wahlberg, whose acting credits include “The Fighter,” “The Departed,” and “Father Stu,” was able to get after his workouts as a member of the 4 a.m. club, which is an affiliation of early risers who lift weights. This was made possible by a professional-style gym.
There are 12 bedrooms
The estate, according to the description, has a number of diverse athletic amenities, including a skate park, a grotto pool, a tennis or basketball court, and a five-hole golf course. The home is surrounded by neatly trimmed lawn.
The five-hole golf course
Representatives for Mr. Wahlberg were sent with a request for comment, but they did not immediately react to the inquiry.