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
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>.
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.
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.
All three homes have recently undergone a remodel, though from the public listing, it is unclear how many square feet each structure features.
A view of DiCaprio's kitchen. The Times reports that the property last changed owners in 2002 when it sold for $6 million.
The dining room boasts floor-to-ceiling glass windows that look out to the ocean.
A view of one of the bedrooms in the spread. The actor's property includes seven bedrooms total.
Now, this is a sweet view.
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).
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.