Actor/producer/former underwear model and rapper Mark Wahlberg, aka Marky Mark, aka the real Vincent Chase, is putting his multi-building Beverly Hills estate up for $13,995,000, dropping down 2 million from his original listing in 2008 for $15.9 million. He originally picked this 1.7 acre property in 2001 for just under $5 million, before sinking millions into renovations, upgrades and extensions.
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Let's dig into the fantasy home Wahlberg shares with his model wife Rhea Durham and their four kids that blows away any home seen on his hit-show Entourage. Besides his huge master suite that includes his and her bathrooms, there are four bedrooms multiple bathrooms, dining, entertaining and living rooms and a restaurant-worthy kitchen. The obligatory Hollywood screening room uses a state-of-the-art theater grade 35mm digital projector. Oh yeah, there's also a separate 3,500 square foot two-story house with two bedrooms and two bathrooms hiding somewhere on the property.
This hillside estate features a sprawling manicured landscape full of lush plant life. It's filled with several patios and terraces with mountain views. The fantasy highlights of this big star's backyard include a putting green with night lighting. He has a Boston Celtics-green sunken basketball court. His lagoon swimming pool comes complete with a grotto, cabana and several waterfalls. And if you're wondering how Wahlberg stays so ripped for all his movies, he has a massive 2,500 square foot multi-level gym, big enough for a whole team and packed with every piece of workout equipment you can imagine. It even has its own boxing ring!
And if this property, essentially a personal 5-star resort, finds a buyer, don't worry about Marky Mark going homeless. He picked up one of the last lots in the sought-after Beverly Park area for $8.25 million in 2009. He is apparently in the process of turning this prized six acre lot into a bigger and even better spread than the Beverly Hills home you see here. We'll have to wait and see if he shares this personal wonderland with the public.