Take a look inside Sylvester Stallone's former Los Angeles mansion from the Netflix documentary 'Sly'

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Sylvester Stallone's former $85 million compound has eight bedrooms, a cigar room, and a professional theater.Rachel Luna/WireImage/Getty Images
  • Netflix's "Sly" looks at the life and career of Sylvester Stallone.

  • The documentary takes place while the actor is packing up his Los Angeles mansion.

  • Adele bought the 21,000-square-foot home, which has eight bedrooms and a life-size Rocky statue.

"Rocky" star Sylvester Stallone is the focus of Netflix's new documentary, "Sly," which sees the 77-year-old star discuss his journey from a budding writer and actor to becoming one of the most famous Hollywood icons of the last few decades.

In the documentary, Stallone recalls how projects like "Rocky" got off the ground, and also touches on the death of his son, Sage Stallone.

The documentary reflects on Stallone's life as he packs up his mansion in Los Angeles before moving to Florida.

"Sly" gives audiences a brief glimpse of the mansion, which was bought by Grammy award-winning singer Adele in 2022 for $58 million. Take a look inside below.

Sylvester Stallone initially put the 21,000-square-foot home on the market in January 2021 for $110 million before taking the listing down and lowering the asking price to $85 million.

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The view of the house from the poolside.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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The property is located in Beverly Park, a gated community in Los Angeles.

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The driveway leading up to the sprawling home.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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Former listing agent Barron N. Hilton told Insider that A-listers like Justin Bieber and Denzel Washington are among the celebrities that live in Beverly Park.

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The grand entrance.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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According to Hilton, while Stallone owned it, the Mediterranean-style home had eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and a massive living room with a pool table, "Rocky" pop art, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

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The living room.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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The oversized windows appeared to be a feature throughout the house. They were also in the kitchen, which had two large islands and a dining nook.

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The kitchen.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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The dining nook in the kitchen looked out onto the home's infinity pool.

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The dining nook with doors that open up to the lawn.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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The infinity pool, which was surrounded by pool furniture and a fire pit, had a sculpture of Stallone's iconic Rocky Balboa character on one side. Hilton added that the pool had a built-in spa.

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The home's infinity pool.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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Rocky also appeared in the artwork seen in the cigar room, which also had floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of natural light while offering panoramic views of the surrounding lawns and hills.

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The cigar room.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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The compound also had a professional theater, as well as a wine cellar, a library that doubled as an office, an eight-car garage, an art studio, and a putting green, Hilton told Insider.

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The professional theater.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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According to Forbes, Stallone built the house after buying the parcel of land in the 1990s. In December 2020, he bought a waterfront compound in Palm Beach, Florida, for $35 million.

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The view of the hills from the house.Simon Berlyn/Hilton & Hyland

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In 2022, British singer Adele bought the mansion for $58 million, and kept the Rocky statue.

Adele onstage during the "Weekends with Adele" residency opening at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Adele onstage during the "Weekends with Adele" residency opening at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for AD

In February 2022, the Los Angeles Times reported that Adele had bought Stallone's LA mansion for $58 million, just over half of the original price tag.

Speaking to the Wall Street Journal in June, Stallone said that Adele only agreed to buy the property if she could also keep Stallone's life-size statue of Rocky Balboa.

When asked if he wanted to keep the sculpture, Stallone said: "I did. But she said, 'That's a no deal. That's gonna blow the whole deal.' She wanted the statue. I like what she's doing, she's making it gorgeous."

Adele previously told Vogue in 2021 that she's a huge fan of the "Rocky" movies, so it's no surprise that she wanted to keep the statue for herself.

This story was originally published on January 27, 2021, and most recently updated on November 6, 2023.

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