- The Rock's new mansion was previously owned by famous comedian Paul Reiser
- The stunning home comes with an outdoor tennis court, a sun-drenched pool and spa and a baseball diamond
- It also has an indoor pool, a gym, a music room, a movie theatre and an elevator
Former wrestler Dwayne The Rock Johnson spent a whopping $28million on a new mansion in the beautiful Beverly Park estate in the US.
According to TMZ, the lovely home was formerly owned by comedian Paul Reiser, and the actor brought it in an off-market deal back on April 6.
The house reportedly has six bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and several gates for easy access to the home, which is just magnificent.
It sits on a 3.67-acre land and spans over 17 500 square feet, and comes with an outdoor tennis court, a sun-drenched pool and spa and a baseball diamond.
Stunning photos of Messi's brand new mansion in Miami with 1000 wine cellar goes viral and it's worth over N2bn
In the interior, you will find an indoor pool, a gym, a music room, a movie theatre and even an elevator.
There is also a 2,500 square feet guest house in the same property.
Before getting to the main house, one has to manoeuvre along a curvy path filled with beautiful trees on the side, giving the home a palace-like look.
Some of his new neighbours will include Denzel Washington, Sofia Vergara, Sylvester Stallone and Eddie Murphy.
Recently, the star celebrated his young daughters birthdays in lovely posts on Instagram as she turned three.
The thespian noted his little angle is loving, kind tenacious but also tough like her mother.
He added that his greatest joy is being her dad and promised to always have her back.
Dwayne quipped the little one had started to understand that he's Maui from the movie Moana and even asked if there was any way he knew her favourite actor, Aquaman. Lol.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Barcelona are still in the dark over the future of their captain Lionel Messi whose contract with them expires at the end of this season.
The 33-year-old decided to force a move away from the Catalan club last August but after much consideration, he stayed back at Camp Nou to see out his deal.
However, in the next two months, the Argentine will become a free agent and can negotiate his own future without the interference of his current club.