No longer must mankind speculate about what Mark Wahlberg's 30,000-square-foot megamansion will look like when it's finished. Mark Wahlberg's 30,000-square-foot megamansion is finished. Here's what it looks like.
With a headline like "Mark Wahlberg -- Mine Is Twice As Big AS TOM BRADY'S!", TMZ (which published the overhead shot earlier this week) might seem to be suggesting that Mark Wahlberg was actually heard saying this. This is probably not the case. Another possible reading of this title is that having a bigger house than Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen was on Mark Wahlberg's mind when he commissioned his from architect Richard Landry, the always original pioneer of the McChateau, who designed the Brady-Bündch's former L.A. home, which they sold to Dr. Dre around June. It's possible, though hard to confirm, that Mark Wahlberg felt this way. Mark Wahlberg is a complicated being with a rich inner life.
At a reported 30,000 square feet, Wahlberg's house is indeed more than twice as large as the 14,000-square-foot former home of the Brady-Bündch. Landry designed them another mansion outside Boston, which is currently under construction, and will reportedly also come in at 14,000 square feet. If Wahlberg has indeed thrown down the gauntlet, the Brady-Bündch doesn't seem to have paid him any mind.
TMZ also asserts that "the only thing this house doesn't have ... a talking teddy bear." This bit of speculation has yet to be confirmed.
· Mark Wahlberg: Mine is Twice as Big as Tom Brady's [TMZ]
· 8 Facts About Mark Wahlberg's Landry-Designed Megamanse [Curbed National]
· Tom and Gisele's New Chateau is Coming Along Nicely [Curbed National]