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Joel Leaver

Inside Arnold Schwarzenegger's LA mansion with huge garden for animal menagerie to roam

Arnold Schwarzenegger remains one of the biggest names in Hollywood and he has recently given his fans another glimpse inside his life as part of his latest project.

The actor, 75, is the subject of a newly-released docuseries on Netflix that provides an insight into his life and career, including exploring some aspects of his family life.

He's understood to live in Los Angeles close to his children, who include author Katherine Schwarzenegger, actor Patrick Schwarzenegger and bodybuilder Joseph Baena.

The former politician has given glimpses of his luxurious home to his followers on social media in recent years, including showcasing parts of the spacious garden that it has.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has shared glimpses of his home, including the kitchen, in the past (@schwarzenegger/Instagram)

According to Closer magazine, the property sits on more than 2.5 acres of land without a gated community, and has seven bedrooms and the same number of bathrooms.

There is reportedly a chef's kitchen, various living rooms and a private gym inside. Whilst the outdoor area is believed to include a large swimming pool and a tennis court.

Footage of the kitchen shared by Arnold shows a muted colour palette, with white worktops and cream decor. It includes various cupboards and seemingly a dishwasher.

The property includes a spacious living area that he has showcased on several occasions (@schwarzenegger/Instagram)

It appears to be part of an open-plan area that includes living space, featuring cream furniture, various bits of decor and a large cabinet that holds family mementos.

Arnold has shared photos of another room in the home previously too, including in a post that marked his daughter Christina Schwarzenegger's birthday back in 2021.

Photos from the post showed a pool table inside the room, as well as a shelving unit adorned with awards, artwork including of Arnold himself and a lengthy marble-like table.

Another room that he's shared photos of features a pool table and an awards cabinet (@schwarzenegger/Instagram)

There also appears to be an office, as shown in a photo that he shared a few years ago, which featured a wooden desk and various ornaments on a cupboard in the background.

There appears to be a vast garden, which reportedly includes a stable for some of his animal companions. They include his donkey Lulu and his miniature horse Whiskey.

Arnold is understood to also live with his dogs Schnitzel, Cherry and Dutch, as well as his pig Schnelly, whom he introduced to his fans on the platform just six weeks ago.

There appears to be a vast garden at the property (@schwarzenegger/Instagram)

His pal Danny DeVito, 78 - who has starred alongside him in films like Twins (1988) - spoke about Arnold's companions in an interview with The Sunday Times back in February.

As reported by Insider, he teased to the outlet: "The animals just roam around all over the place". Danny further commented about his friend: "Arnold loves his animals".

Arnold shared a video of his swimming pool earlier this year, which showed two ducks in it. He teased: "The animal kingdom is growing". Some of his animals also featured.

He has shared footage of the outdoor area on social media (@schwarzenegger/Instagram)

His three-part documentary series Arnold was released on Netflix earlier this week. It had previously been teased that the project would see him "tell his own life story".

It has been described by the streaming platform as an "intimate docuseries" that follows Arnold's "multifaceted life and career" from him being a bodybuilder to a politician.

The platform teased: "[He] provides audiences with context and insight into three key chapters of his life: Arnold as an athlete, Arnold as an actor and Arnold as an American."

This includes posting a video of a swimming pool earlier this year (@schwarzenegger/Instagram)

Arnold - best known for his role in the Terminator film series - told Men's Health magazine that he has previously declined the opportunity to appear in similar projects.

He however said to the outlet that he's realised people are "inspired" by his story and he hopes to "inspire millions of people to find their vision" by sharing his own success.

The actor's newly-released docuseries comes following the launch of his action series FUBAR, which was released on Netflix last month.

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