Mark Wahlberg has even more properties in Las Vegas.
The movie star purchased a two-story townhome at The Summit Club this month for $14.5 million, real estate records show. This follows last month’s purchase of land in the same wealthy enclave at an even higher price.
His new four-bedroom home spans 7,327 square feet, according to Clark County records.
Located off Town Center Drive south of Flamingo Road in Summerlin, The Summit Club features a golf course, luxury homes, and “abundant” amenities, including “24-hour security,” according to its website. I’m here.
We are also just a short walk from health and recreation programs, a snack-filled golf course “comfort station,” Wahlberg’s new home, pickleballs, and tennis courts.
Attempts this week to reach Wahlberg or representatives for comment were unsuccessful.
He purchased the townhouse from the Summit Club developer, according to property records. A representative of the Summit Club said Wednesday that “our policy of not commenting on specific transactions remains in place to protect the privacy of our owners and members.”
Efforts to learn all the features of the house have been unsuccessful. The home does not appear to be for sale through widely used listing sites such as Zillow or Redfin. Also, The Summit Club’s interactive map, available from the listings section of the website, shows a photo or rendering of the home, labeled as “for sale”, and does not show a property overview.
Wahlberg, a former rapper and underwear model who has appeared in movies like ‘Boogie Nights,’ ‘The Departed,’ and ‘The Fighter,’ is a regular at The Summit Club.
Last month, he bought a 2.5-acre residential lot there from former motorcycle racer Ben Bostrom for $15.6 million, real estate records show.
Wahlberg was close to buying the Summit Club’s existing home for more than $35 million, but opted to acquire the land instead, according to luxury real estate broker Zar Zanganeh.
Summerlin spans 22,500 acres along the western rim of the valley, boasts over 100,000 residents, and boasts some of the highest home and land prices in Southern Nevada. The Summit Club’s empty home site in particular makes a lot of money.
Lot sales there began to close in 2016, with a total of 202 by 2021, according to securities filings by Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp., which partners with Arizona-based Discovery Land Co. on The Summit Club. The lot closed at $821.6 million.
This equates to an average of over $4 million per lot.
Hughes Corp. announced this month that it has reached an agreement with Discovery to expand The Summit Club, donating an additional 54 acres for 27 custom residential sites.
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