Boston’s Mark Wahlberg is Selling His Nearly $90 Million Estate With a Golf Course, Movie Theatre, and Basketball Court
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Welcome to the 90210 and 71 Beverly Park, owned by Mark Wahlberg. But for how long, who knows? Maybe he'll move back here to the Boston area and make it his home base.
His palatial 30,500 square foot home is now on the market with Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency in Beverly Hills, California. Are you ready for a tour of this mansion truly fit for a movie star? It's listed at $87,500, and I'm sure photographer Anthony Barcelo of Barcelo Photography had a blast taking photos of Mark's home for this listing.
Marks massive estate will turn him an insane profit, considering he purchased it in 2009 for a measly $8.25 million according to TMZ.
This Beverly Hills compound, according to the listing, is so WOW with 12 bedrooms and 20 baths, a guest cottage, full basketball court, multi-level grotto style pool, 5-hole golf course complete with sand traps and chipping greens, a spa, tennis court, home theatre fit for moving screenings, a staff quarters, huge fitness center, and a 5,000 bottle wine cellar and tasting room that would make any sommelier envious.
It also has waterfalls connected to the pool, and a gorgeous library. The lot size is just over 6 acres, totaling 267,335 square feet.
The listing says this palatial palace is built with the finest quality of materials and craftsmanship, with lushly landscaped grounds and huge lawns all set among hills with total privacy. Sounds like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to buy one of the great luxury estates in Los Angeles, but clearly, deep pockets are essential.
Are you ready for a tour? Let's go.