After getting no buyer for three months, Sylvester Stallone has reduced the price of his stunning Beverly Hills mega mansion by $25 million

If you have been enthralled by Sylvester Stallone’s movies like Cop Land, Rocky Balboa, Creed and many more then his $110 million exclusive Beverly Hills mega-mansion will blow your mind even further. Back in February, the superstar listed his fancy home for an eye-watering $110 million but even after three months, the dazzling property located in the exclusive North Beverly Park neighbourhood had no takers. This left the movie icon no choice but to lower the price. What’s shocking is that he dropped the price straight to $85 million making it a massive $25 million reduction. Filthy rich fans take note; this $85 million home is brimming with “Rocky” and “Rambo” memorabilia. Let’s see for ourselves:

Stallone’s mega-mansion is spread over 3.5 acres and is extra big with a total of eight bedrooms and nine-bathroom.

Sly’s wife Jennifer Flavin Stallone roped in agent Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Previews International to list the house that has so many amenities you may never have to leave again.

The massive home is impressive from the minute you set foot in the main gate. The driveway leads you into an imposing edifice surrounded by sprawling lawns, patios, an infinity pool and spa, an eight-car garage, and an art studio, according to the listing.

For those who consider security a top priority, it doesn’t get better than the Rocky star’s home. “It’s double gated. You’re gated within the community, and then, again, when you get to the house, you’re gated,’ added Mills.

There’s a two-story foyer, a screening room, a gym, a cigar room, panoramic city and canyon views from every room.

One of the main highlights of the mansion is the home’s bar that is detailed and lavish. It includes high chairs and a painting as well as a sculpture from Rocky. In addition to the stunning bar is another two-bedroom Richard Landry-designed guesthouse.

This exquisite abode was designed by architect Edward Granzbach and built in the year 1994. The entire square feet of the dwelling is 21,000 and is an easy house to live in.

Not all rooms are filled with movie memorabilia; some living rooms such as this are excellent examples of interior design with French windows, high ceilings with a rod iron chandelier, and hardwood floors.

A movie star’s home without a theatre? Impossible! A luxe professional movie theatre occupies space on the property which has room for 20.

When you are planning to buy Rocky Balboa’s home a well-equipped gym is a given. It is big enough for a family to work out together.

[Via: Coldwell Banker]

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