You Have a Puncher’s Chance to Buy Sylvester Stallone’s Childhood Home

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The Maryland home where actor Sylvester Stallone lived as a child is now on the market for $750,000. The Cape Cod–style home is located in Silver Spring, MD, a suburb of Washington, DC.

Before Stallone appeared in his first “Rocky” film, he was a skinny kid with a speech impediment, the result of a birth trauma that left his face partly paralyzed.

Although the dates of Stallone’s life in Maryland are a little vague, biographies say the actor lived in Silver Spring for about 10 years in the 1950s and ’60s, when his father ran a beauty school and his mother opened a women’s gym.