Photo Courtesy of Hilton HylandHollywood celebrities tend to have some of the grandest real estate and when one of them goes on the market, we can't wait to not only see how that person was living, but to get a chance to snatch the property up. Mark Wahlberg has come a long way since his days as a rapper and is now an international star with a vast catalogue of films, his most recent being the crude comedy Ted. For whatever reason, the actor has decided to move out of his beautiful Beverly Hills estate, giving others the opportunity to call the hideaway their own. Besides, those of you interested in fitness just know that there has to be an extensive gym in there somewhere.
The gated home rests on Oak Pass Road on nearly two acres of land, which includes a putting green, cabanas, and a waterfall pool with a grotto. The landscaping is done so well that the lush greenery combined with the water elements make the home look like something you'd find in a luxury resort on an island, not in the middle of Los Angeles.
The estate has high ceilings all throughout and a large Master Suite with separate his and her baths. There are an additional four bedroom suites in the main house, with two more in the Guest House. The home has a Chef's kitchen, a formal dining room, and living rooms perfect for entertaining. Many areas of the home have canyon views, with patios and terraces taking advantage. Of course, as the former home of an actor, there's also a 35mm digital projection theater room.
A lot of care was put into the gym, considering it has two stories and a boxing ring (which was probably where Wahlberg got in shape for his flick The Fighter). There's also a sports court where one can play a myriad of games, like basketball, tennis, and racketball.
The listing price is $12,995,000.
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