The action star’s home has plenty of room for his paintings
Sylvester Stallone Is Selling His Southern California Mansion for $4.2 Million
Rocky star and all-around action movie legend Sylvester Stallone is giving up his La Quinta, California, villa, but not without a fight (well, probably not unless the offer is too low). Stallone’s four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath estate features details such as arched doorways, exposed beams, and plenty of space to hang his paintings, since he’s not just an actor—he’s an artist, too. The property is listed at $4.2 million.
Heavy wood double doors open up to a vaulted ceiling in the entryway, which leads into the double-height living room.
A stone fireplace is the focal point on one wall of the living room.
The spacious kitchen features a large wood-and-stone island.
One of the bedrooms includes a flat screen TV at the foot of the bed (Rambo, anyone?) and a fireplace.
There’s a private terrace off the bedroom.
The serene master bath includes a two-sink vanity and a tub.
The sunny dining room opens onto the back terrace.
The expansive outdoor area includes a tiled fire pit, pool, and spa.
The house backs up to a burbling creek.