Another California Defection? Mark Wahlberg Put His Monstrous Mansion On The Market And Might Bolt Beverly Hills “Sooner Rather Than Later.”

Mark Wahlberg is one of the hardest working actors in Hollywood, and he has a real estate portfolio to show for it.

The superstar actor has decided to move out of his mack daddy of a home in Beverly Hills, the house he bought back in 2009 for $8.25 million, that he has now listed for a mind-blowing $87.5 million, according to a TMZ report.

It sits on a 6-acre plot of real estate in Beverly Hills, and there’s enough room to house all the people who watched the Wahlburger’s reality show.  It has 12 bedrooms and 20 bathrooms, plus a list of amenities locker than Wahlberg’s IMDB page bio.

How about a two-story library?  A five-hole golf course,  full-court basketball surface, and a professional-grade gym? Yeah.  It’s all in there.

Wahlberg built it from the ground up after scooping up the property 13 years ago, and it contains 30,000 square feet of living space.

Why is Wahlberg selling his house?  He’s been dropping hints all over Hollywood that he wants to get out of town. He told Entertainment Tonight during an interview about his latest movie, “Father Stu,” that he and his family could bolt from Beverly Hills “sooner rather than later.”

Okay, back to the house. According to the listing, the main house has a double-height foyer leading to a wrought-iron imperial staircase, plus arched door frames, fireplaces, statement lighting, and French doors throughout.

There’s also a home theater, a wet bar, a wine cellar, and a tasting room.

Plus, a bunch of Tom Brady and Boston Celtics posters are no doubt lining the walls.

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