Leonardo DiCaprio, Oscar winnr, environmentalist, and landlord?
The actor, who keeps an impressive property portfolio, and picked up this prime property in December 2021 for $9.9 million. It’s now on the luxury rental market, “fully furnished and available immediately.”
Located in “prime Beverly Hills flats,” the 4,671-square-foot residence features a grand entry with an eye-catching curved staircase.
Details include white oak flooring, an open living room and dining room, a golden bar, and French doors that open to the pool and gardens.
An eat-in chef’s kitchen features a center island as well as a wall of steel doors that open to the grill area, and the pool beyond.
Just adjacent is a sunny breakfast nook.
The home also has a gray-toned library or office. Upstairs, there are four en suite bedrooms. There’s also a separate guesthouse with a bedroom suite.
In the main house, the primary suite includes a sitting room, walk-in closet, and large marble bath with a soaking tub.
Outside, the grounds are bordered with tall privacy hedges. The backyard boasts a pool, fire pit, seating area, and large lawn.
The locale is close to the restaurants and shops of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood.
Real estate deals
Despite having a full schedule, the A-list actor has still found time to tinker with his real estate holdings.
Given that he purchased the place in 1998 for $1,600,010, he came out well ahead.
In an off-market deal, the A-list actor then snagged a different, $13.75 million oceanfront property.
Back in L.A., the “Don’t Look Up” star picked up a Spanish-style compound from “Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson for $7.1 million last year.
Then, last summer, the 47-year-old tossed another home onto the market for $5.75 million. He had purchased that Los Feliz estate from Moby in 2018, for just under $5 million.
Known as Red Oak Manor, the restored residence was finally sold in February 2022 for $4.9 million, which means DiCaprio essentially broke even on his investment.
The Los Angeles native has collected multiple drool-worthy dwellings over the years. They include a Hollywood Hills compound, two apartments in a Battery Park high-rise in Manhattan, and an island in Belize.
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