Mark Wahlberg’s former home — with a two-story gym — wants $28.5 million

It’s no secret that Mark Wahlberg loves to live big.  The actor often makes headlines with his showstopping abodes.

His current home,  a palatial 30,000 sq. ft. mansion in the ritzy North Beverly Park was listed earlier this year for a staggering $85.7 million (now reduced to $79.5M)

But before Wahlberg moved to Beverly Park, he owned another mega-mansion in nearby Beverly Hills, one that’s recently hit the market.

Listed for $28,500,000, the actor’s one-time California mansion is pure luxury.

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Built in 1985, the Mediterranean-style mansion is set on a generous 1.7-acre lot in the coveted Oak Pass Road gated community in Beverly Hills.

The main house has 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and long walls of glass that bathe it in natural light

It has a brand-new chef’s kitchen with beautiful new countertops and climate-controlled wine storage.

The primary suite opens up to beautiful canyon views  thanks to a wall of bi-fold glass doors.

Set a few steps away from the main house, the guest house is a million-dollar property in its own right.

With 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a beautiful kitchen, the guest house is warm and inviting, and the ideal place to host family and guests.

The outdoor areas are just as impressive , and include cool water features and a grotto worthy of the Playboy mansion.

There’s also a two-story gym where Mark Wahlberg reportedly trained for his Oscar-nominated role in The Fighter.

The Daily Mail reports that the gym alone — which comes fully equipped and also features a full-size boxing ring — is worth $2 million.

“Calling it 'uniquely luxurious' doesn’t even do it justice,” says listing agent Myles Lewis. And we couldn’t agree more.

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Property photos by Tyler Hogan courtesy of Compass, Mark Wahlberg photo - Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com