Leonardo DiCaprio Sells Beachfront Compound For $17.35M

DiCaprio initially offered the oceanfront compound as a luxury rental in 2012 for $175,000 a month during the summertime, then put it on the market for $23 million, chopped it to $18.9 million, and finally sold it for $17.35 million, reports Realtor.com.

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DiCaprio initially offered the oceanfront compound as a luxury rental in 2012 for $175,000 a month during the summertime, then put it on the market for $23 million, chopped it to $18.9 million, and finally sold it for $17.35 million, reports <a href="http://www.realtor.com/news/leonardo-dicaprio-sells-oceanfront-compound/#.UsiPqGRDvSG" target="_blank">Realtor.com</a>.
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When we say beachfront, we mean beachfront. This swanky Malibu Colony abode is all about the ocean views and close proximity to the luxe beach.
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The actor's home is fit for entertaining with this outdoor alcove, as well as a beachfront deck, fire pit, gardens, and a lawn. The Times reports that DiCaprio's compound boasts three homes, all located on a half-acre lot.
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All three homes have recently undergone a remodel, though from the public listing, it is unclear how many square feet each structure features.
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A view of DiCaprio's kitchen. The Times reports that the property last changed owners in 2002 when it sold for $6 million.
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The dining room boasts floor-to-ceiling glass windows that look out to the ocean.
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A view of one of the bedrooms in the spread. The actor's property includes seven bedrooms total.
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Now, this is a sweet view.
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The Cape-Code-inspired compound had come onto the rental market this past summer with a $75,000 per month price tag (or a whopping $150,000 per month rate for leases of six months or less).
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Even though the A-list actor is letting go of this beauty of a home, something tells us that he won't be without luxury for long.
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