After selling his 90210 mansion to Adele, Sylvester Stallone has bought a gorgeous $18M estate in Beverly Hills.

If you’ve got the good fortune of being Sylvester Stallone, you’re bound to own the best in life! And in proving so, the Rambo star has recently unveiled his new residence– an estate in Hidden Hills, a lavish guard-gated enclave near Los Angeles that is also home to the who’s who from Hollywood.Located in the San Fernando Valley community (that is best known for housing many from the Kardashian clan); Stallone’s new space spans more than two acres. Its massive compound comprises a mansion-sized main house, a guesthouse, a pool house, and a separate horse barn.

Together, it boasts more than 10,000 square feet of living space, along with a greenhouse, vegetable garden, 100 fruit-bearing citrus and avocado trees, a koi pond, and a horse arena for riding. On the inside, the residence features four bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms, along with plenty of lounging space.

After selling his 90210 mansion to Adele, Sylvester Stallone has bought a gorgeous M estate in Beverly Hills.

Décor wise, the home is decked in white hues for the most part, with huge windows that let the light in. The walls are contrasted with dark wood floors, with upholstered furniture and contemporary decoration, further uplifting the space.

The master bedroom comes with a freestanding soaking tub that takes center stage, dual vanities, and a glassy steam shower, along with a sitting area and private balcony overlooking the backyard. There’s also a media room with a projector and comfy seating, an open kitchen, and bathrooms with secluded sitting areas to complete the setting.

If that’s not all, the lavish home opens to generously scaled loggias covered with vines, lush lawns and gardens, and an outdoor swimming pool, which comes with an inset spa and Baja sunbathing deck. Other offerings include a mirror-walled gym, massage facilities, and a wine cellar with a tasting room.

Stallone’s gorgeous new space is priced at a cool $18 million.

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