Las Vegas might be getting a new resident.
Real estate records show that Mark Wahlberg recently purchased 2.5 acres of land in an extremely wealthy enclave of the city for $15.6 million. It's believed that the actor will likely build a home on the vacant land, as the area is zoned for single-family housing.
Mark's new dirt is located in The Summit Club, a highly-secure area reserved for mega-mansions about 20 minutes west of the famed Las Vegas Strip. Celine Dion's primary home is there.
The cheapest plot of land in the exclusive area — which doesn't include the cost of building a home — reportedly sells for $2 million.
Luxury real estate broker Zar Zanganeh told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that Mark was close to buying an existing house for more than $35 million but opted to acquire two adjacent lots instead.
Mark's real estate purchase comes as he attempts to sell his longtime Los Angeles home for a king's ransom. Back in April, the Oscar-nominated star put 30,000-square-foot estate on the market for $87.5 million. That home has 12 bedrooms and 20 bathrooms.