Sylvester Stallone buys $35M Palm Beach mansion

The seven-bedroom mansion sold for just $26.6 million two years ago

The Italian Stallion is heading for the Sunshine State.

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“Rocky” and “Rambo” star Sylvester Stallone has been confirmed as the buyer of a sprawling $35.4 million home in Palm Beach, Fla.

Stallone, 74, purchased the Bermuda-style estate in December, according to sources for the Palm Beach Daily News. The previous owners, Ron and Cindy McMackin, had reportedly bought the home in late 2018 for $26.6 million.

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Sly’s new Palm Beach home sits on approximately 1.5 lakefront acres, facing over 250 feet of beach with a dock, per the outlet.

The total living space — including a main house, a guest house, and a pool pavilion near the keyhole-shaped pool in the backyard — is over 13,000 square feet. Between the main and guest spaces, the property counts seven bedrooms and 12 baths, per its Realtor.com listing.

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The previous owners also transformed one of the rooms into a gym, though it’s unclear whether Stallone will keep it as-is, or install a meat locker for quick beef-boxing workouts.

In buying up a residence in Palm Beach, Stallone now joins the likes of Jon Bon Jovi, Howard Stern and Rod Stewart in becoming a part-time resident, the New York Post reports.

In buying up a residence in Palm Beach, Stallone reportedly joins the likes of Jon Bon Jovi, Howard Stern and Rod Stewart in becoming a part-time resident. (Leon Bennett/Getty Images)

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The couple that sold Sly the mansion, meanwhile, have since purchased an even more expensive property ($38 million) just south of Palm Beach in Manalapan, the Palm Beach Daily News reported.