Mark Wahlberg’s former Los Angeles home is on the market for $28.5 million.
The home sits on 1.7 acres in the coveted gated community of Oak Pass Road in Beverly Hills. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home spans 13,000 square feet, with an additional 1,000 square feet of terraces.
The former Entourage property also has a two-story guest house with its own kitchen, two bedrooms, a two-story home gym and a full-size boxing ring.
According to the listing’s website, the backyard has a “resort-style pool” and a fully equipped kitchen, including a wood-burning pizza oven. Wahlberg’s former home also has a putting green, an outdoor basketball court and a home movie theater.
Mark Wahlberg leaves Hollywood for Nevada to give his kids a ‘better life’: ‘It means a lot to us’
Featuring “136” screens, a wet bar and a wood-burning fireplace, the theater is “fit for a Hollywood mogul, while the roof deck is its own private oasis,” according to the listing.
The actor bought the home in 2001 and sold it in 2013, according to the Wall Street Journal. Current owner Don Rufus Hankey bought the home in 2018 and took the time to do some renovations, according to media reports.
“The bright and airy kitchen features Wolf and SubZero appliances, newly remodeled countertops, climate-controlled wine storage, and huge bi-fold windows for indoor-outdoor living,” the listing says.
The “Uncharted” star revealed in October that he and his family left Hollywood for Nevada.
On “The Ingraham Angle” in November, Wahlberg explained that his daughter is “growing up as a celebrity” and in the spotlight.
“We want to give our children the best chance to succeed and thrive in their new environment,” he said.
The actor noted that “drugs and peer pressure” cannot be avoided in any setting, but for Wahlberg’s children, “an extra safe environment is the best thing.”
During Wahlberg’s appearance on the show, he praised his wife, Rhea Durham, as the “glue” of their family and the main reason their children “thrived” after moving to Nevada.
Wahlberg also explained the reason for his relocation when he appeared on “The Talk.”
“I’d like to be able to work from home. I moved to California many years ago to pursue acting, and I’ve only done a couple of films the entire time I was there,” he said.
“So, to be able to give my kids a better life, to follow and pursue their dreams, whether it’s my daughter being a horseman, my son being a basketball player, my younger son being a Golfers, it’s for us.”
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The 51-year-old actor plans to build a “state-of-the-art studio” in Nevada “and create Hollywood 2.0.” Discussing the business, Wahlberg said he wanted to build “a shoe factory and a factory” for the sportswear company he co-founded.
The Boston native shares four children with his wife of 13 years, Durham: Ella, 18, Michael, 16, Brandon, 13, and Grace, 12.
“So, we’re here just to refresh ourselves and give the kids a fresh start, and there’s a lot of opportunity here,” Wahlberg added. “I’m really excited about the future.”
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In April, Wahlberg listed his newest Beverly Hills home for $87.5 million.