Leonardo DiCaprio Is Selling Another Property, This Time His Studio City Home for $2.395 Million
Leonardo DiCaprio owns a fair share of Los Angeles property. A little more than a week ago, the actor listed his Malibu mansion for a cool $10 million. Now, according to Trulia, the Oscar-winner is selling his ranch-style home in Studio City, Calif.—though at the slightly more generous asking price of $2.395 million.
DiCaprio’s Studio City pad seems fit for the wolf of Wall Street himself, boasting 3,407-square-feet of airy interiors sitting on a sprawling 15,000-square-foot lot. The property is lush with greenery, which adds to its self-contained seclusion, garnering the sort of peace and quiet a headline-grabbing Hollywood actor might just enjoy from time to time.
Built in 1937, the home retains an air of classical elegance—if Jay Gatsby were to retire to the West Coast, this is where he’d do it. The grand backyard, with a luxe patio and pool, would be the ideal grounds for an under-the-radar party; Leo could join his many model friends for a dip and outdoor barbecue—the estate’s open floor plan could easily accommodate an indoor shindig, as well.
Interestingly, DiCaprio's home hits the market only two years after he initially purchased the estate. Even more interesting, the movie star may just make a profit—he bought the property for just $2.05 million.
VIDEO: Leonardo DiCaprio's Studio City Home
Browse through the photos below for a closer look at Leo’s Studio City home.
The one-story ranch-style home sits on a lush lawn, showcasing a rare breadth of greenery for the desert climate.
The sunny breakfast nook looks like the ideal locale for Leo to study up on his latest script.
The marble-lined bathroom features all-white interiors, complemented by the glow of greenery from beyond the French windows.
The welcoming living area looks the ultimate spot to kick back and admire one's Oscar.
Hardwood floors and a beamed ceiling give the sleek bedroom a rustic vibe.
Leo's backyard is a woodland wonderland, illuminated by the light of a glowing swimming pool.