Mark Wahlberg Wants $87.5M for His Custom-Built Beverly Hills Estate

A-list actor Mark Wahlberg, a Boston native of humble beginnings, has created a Beverly Hills estate that personifies extravagance. If the characters from Entourage—the hit HBO show Wahlberg executive produced loosely based on his journey through Hollywood with friends—could see this place, their jaws would surely hit the floor. Now, his custom-built utopia in LA’s gated North Beverly Park neighborhood is up for sale seeking $87.5 million.

Purchasing the 6.2-acre property in 2009, at the height of Entourage’s success and in the same year he married model Rhea Durham, Mansion Global reports that Wahlberg commissioned architect Richard Landry to design the home. With the main manse and guest house clocking in at 30,500 square feet in total, the sheer scale of it is enough to amaze. However, the over-the-top moments are far from over there.

Offering 12 bedrooms and 20 bathrooms, there is no shortage of space for the couple’s four children to have their friends over for sleepovers. It’s a kid’s paradise as much as an adult’s since the property has a five-hole golf course, basketball court, resort-like pool, skate park, and home theater among its amenities.

Wahlberg clearly had a grand style in mind when making this estate a reality as well. The two-story entry with an imperial staircase sets the tone for the megamansion’s expansive interiors. Further into the home, you’ll find entertainment areas like a rustic wine cellar, a kitchen with double islands, and a two-story paneled library. Not to mention, there’s the movie star’s very own gym. Maybe if one clicks their heels and steps inside, instant abs will appear.

It’s easy to picture the famous actor in his element here, but it’s time to pass the torch. Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency holds the celebrity’s one-of-a-kind listing.