Sylvester Stallone Lists Massive Beverly Hills Home for $110 Million
The Rocky actor is parting with his 21,000-square-foot manse, which features a guest house by Richard Landry
Hollywood legend Sylvester Stallone is parting ways with his longtime Los Angeles estate, nestled in the ritzy Beverly Park enclave that counts A-listers like Denzel Washington and Magic Johnson among its residents. The Los Angeles Times reports that the palatial house, which clocks in at 21,000 square feet, is entering the market for $110 million with top brokerage Hilton & Hyland. While that price would instantly vault it to the most expensive status elsewhere in the country, chez Stallone is hardly in the same ballpark as Villa Firenze, the nearby behemoth currently listed at $160 million.
The Rocky star acquired the 3.5-acre spread in the 1990s and commissioned the current Mediterranean-inspired dwelling, which features eight bedrooms and 12 baths. Naturally, the custom-built abode boasts a private cinema, gym, cigar room with state-of-the-art air filtration system, and a barrel-vaulted memorabilia room filled with Stallone’s impressive trove. Notably, there’s also an eight-car garage equipped with an artist studio.
Outside, the manicured grounds feature a swimming pool, spa, loggias, a putting green, and various spots for al-fresco entertaining while overlooking the metropolis below. In addition to the main house, the Oscar nominee tapped famed architect Richard Landry to design the detached two-story guest house.
Stallone and wife Jennifer Flavin appear to be heading east, as evidenced by their recently purchased $35 million oceanfront manse in Palm Beach, which has seen a major real estate boom in the last few months.
The home is listed for $110 million with Rick Hilton, Jeff Hyland, Barron N. Hilton, and Tessa Hilton of Hilton & Hyland.