Mark Wahlberg’s Former Beverly Hills Home Famously Featured in ‘Entourage’ Hits the Market

It’s been over a decade since fans saw Entourage air week to week, with many rewatching the unique series to this day. Mark Wahlberg created the show, modeling it after his own journey through Hollywood with childhood friends. As well as making appearances on the show himself, Wahlberg also lent his home at the time as a filming location. Authentic enough for you? The Beverly Hills pad with gorgeous views, no longer in Wahlberg’s hands, was featured on the series and is currently on the market asking $28.5 million.

At such a price, it’s fair to say this gated property was on the show at a time when Vince and his crew were living the high life. The residence comes complete with a 2,300 square-foot, $2.5 million two-level gym with a full boxing ring, water park pool and grotto, sports court, putting green, 136-foot screen movie theater, and more. Its wide array of luxury amenities with a clear focus on wellness and sports isn’t surprising considering the palatial L.A. estate Wahlberg created from scratch for his family, and recently relisted for $79.5 million, is even more jam-packed with fun things to do.

When it comes to this TV-famous listing’s interiors, you’ll discover nearly 14,000 square feet of living space perched high above the city. Perfect for VIPs in search of both privacy and party-ready spaces, much like the Entourage characters were, it has bi-fold glass doors that open sleek rooms to even sleeker outdoor spaces. Imagine popping outside during Hollywood get-togethers to check on what’s cooking in the pizza oven or soaking in the pool and grotto on a casual evening in.

For buyers who bring along their own entourage, they’ll be grateful for the home’s five bedrooms. Myles Lewis of Compass and Skye Hankey of Premier Realty Services share the listing and billionaire Don Rufus Hankey is the seller.