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Mark Wahlberg Had Last Week's Biggest LA Home Sale

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Listed for: $12.995 million
Listed on: July 18, 2012
Sold for: $12.995 million
Size: An 11,500-square-foot house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms on 1.73 acres.
Location: 9694 Oak Pass, Beverly Crest
The Lowdown: The Boston Celtics logo in the middle of the sports court was the first clue that the seller of this house might hail from the Bay State, and he does: until last week, it belonged to Mark Wahlberg. Marky Mark took time out of his busy pants-dropping schedule to sell off this secluded estate with five bedrooms in the main house, a two-bedroom guesthouse, and "formal dining and living rooms fit for entertaining all with beautiful canyon views and dramatic sunsets, a grand 35mm digital projection theater/screening room, a detached professional two story gym with a boxing ring, and a sports court fit for basketball, tennis, or racquetball. The property also has a putting green, a lavish waterfall pool with a grotto, and cabanas." We're sure he's relieved he won't be making yet another appearance on our year-end celebrities who couldn't sell round-up.

Listed for: $15 million
Listed on: October 15, 2010
Sold for: $9.875 million
Size: 11,600-square-foot house with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms on 4.82 acres.
Location: 3384 Stone Ridge Lane, Sherman Oaks
The Lowdown: Cosby Show co-creator Ed Weinberger had this enormous property, just north of Mulholland, on the market for years--after several pricechops it sold way below even the most recent ask ($11.2 million). The 13-year-old house is in the gated Stone Ridge 'hood and has a "grand scale family room adjacent to fully-equipped country kitchen, massive dining room w/ fireplace, media room w/ bar, 2 offices, library, wine cellar, 3rd floor featuring gym/dance studio & basement area for expansion."

Listed for: $8.95 million
Listed on: April 2, 2013
Sold for: $8.2 million
Size: 8,000-square-foot house with eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms on .86 acres.
Location: 620 South Rossmore, Hancock Park
The Lowdown: This house was designed in 1924 by John De Lario, Hollywoodland's lead architect, and it's really rather grand. "Highlights include the breathtaking two-story entry, formal living room, stately dining room," a stone-walled kitchen, big motor court, lawns, and a pool. Looks like it's been recently renovated, helping to make the seller a tidy profit: it last sold in 2008 for $5.49 million.
· 9694 Oak Pass [Redfin]
· 3384 STONE RIDGE Ln [Redfin]
· 620 South Rossmore [Redfin]