Hollywood real estate is like house p*rn.
Leonardo DiCaprio is the latest celeb to tantalize us with a new market listing. The Great Gatsby actor has put his Malibu pad up for sale.
A bold price tag in the current market, Leo listed the house at $23 million. Or, if you would rather spend a lot of money for no good reason, you can rent the place for $150,000 a month (or $75K for a lease shorter than 6 months).
The home was built in 1927 with the idea of a Cape Cod style house-gone-West Coast. The building sits low on the sandy Pacific coast.
There’s a main, four-bedroom house and a detached guesthouse that has two-bedrooms, a private entry and a maids quarters.
Structurally, it has an open, modern feel, with plenty of room for entertaining—at least on the outside. There’s a raised deck for ocean views and a shaded cove to get out of the sun.
Inside, you would think that you stepped inside a New England cottage—a New England cottage that’s been tricked out with all the latest gadgets and baller necessities.
Real estate blog Trulia, gushes over the property:
“Completely renovated from head to toe, this unique home also includes private parking, maid quarters, gardens, lawns and private beach entry making it one luxurious beachfront compound.”
There’s also a private gym and screening room.
Leo nabbed the house in 2002 for $6 million, the year he starred in the critically acclaimed films Catch Me if You Can and Gangs of New York.