Inside Mark Wahlberg’s house, a stately $79.5 million mega-mansion in Beverly Park

With an estimated net worth of $400 million, Mark Wahlberg is one of Hollywood’s richest stars.  And he doesn't shy away from showing it.

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Fans are already familiar with his exquisite car collection (worth over $2 million) and his luxury watch collection (consisting mostly of Rolex and Patek Philippe timepieces).

But his taste for luxury and fine living is best showcased by his home - a palatial $79.5 million house in Los Angeles’ most exclusive neighborhood.

So let’s take a tour of Mark Wahlberg’s house, a Los Angeles mega-mansion that’s currently on the market asking a staggering $79.5 million.

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Built in 2014, the chateau-like home sits on a sprawling 6-acre lot in North Beverly Park, the most exclusive gated community in Los Angeles — if not the entire West Coast.

The mansion was designed by celebrity-go-to architect Richard Landry, who is known for creating residential masterpieces for some of the biggest names in Hollywood.

Mark Wahlberg's house has an impressive 30,500 square feet of living space.

Visitors are greeted by a 2-story entry lobby that leads to the stunning living room, where coffered ceilings loom over the several fireplaces and arched doors.

The main level also includes an enormous kitchen/family room and a beautiful 2-story paneled library.

Mark Wahlberg’s house comes with enough sleeping quarters and bathrooms (12 bedrooms and an impressive total of 20 baths) to fit his entire family - big as it may be. 

The lower level of the mansion is where all the fun’s at, with a home theater, a wine/cigar cellar and smoking lounge, and Wahlberg’s  pro-level gym.

But the outdoor areas are no less impressive. Here we find manicured gardens, tennis courts, a pool with grotto, and even a skate park. 

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Photos by Anthony Barcelo courtesy of Compass