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July 30, 2012

Mark Wahlberg Tries Selling 90210 Property … Again

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He's great at starring in action films and Hollywood blockbusters, found success as an underwear model and was even a decent singer back in the day. But Mark Wahlberg has not done quite as well when it comes to selling his home in Beverly Glen.

Wahlberg first listed his enormous estate in 2008 for $15.9 million. In 2009, with news of his wife, model Rhea Durham, expecting baby No. 4, the property was delisted. In 2011, the home hit the MLS again, this time with a discounted price of $13.995 million.

Unfortunately, that discount wasn't enough, and Wahlberg slashed the price again - this time down a million to $12.995 million.

Wahlberg's Mediterranean-style manse at 9694 Oak Pass Rd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210 is an ultra-private compound in a secure and gated community near Beverly Park. A "trophy property with unparallelled privacy," Wahlberg's 5-bed, 8.5-bath home sits on nearly 2 acres. A guest house on the property provides an additional 2 bedrooms and baths.

Measuring 11,500 square feet, the prime slice of celebrity real estate offers a chef's kitchen, screening room, as well as dining and living rooms "fit for entertaining."

Wondering how Wahlberg gets in shape for his movie roles? The property also has a two-story gym with a full-size boxing ring. The grounds feature a sports court (suited for basketball, tennis or racquetball), putting green, outdoor pool with waterfall, grotto and cabanas, and sweeping canyon views.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Wahlberg is looking to hand-off this massive property to focus on building a new 33,000-square-foot home nearby.

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