The actor purchased the 1920s-era home from musician Moby, who renovated it during his time there
Leonardo DiCaprio has officially listed his traditional-style Los Feliz home after just three years of ownership, the Los Angeles Times reports. Asking $5.75 million, the Titanic actor bought the home for $4.91 million from musician Moby, who renovated it during his two years at the property.
The home was originally built in 1926 and has plenty of charm to show for it: three fireplaces with detailed mantels, groin vault ceilings, french doors, and built-in bookshelves are among the space’s many pleasant accents. A gated driveway, surrounding walls, and privacy hedges provide a retreat from the bustle of the city nearby.
The 4,644 square foot home has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms, including a guest suite and attached steam room and bathroom that can only be accessed through a secret entrance. The sun-filled upstairs bedrooms have gorgeous high ceilings, built-in cabinetry, unique bay window benches in each and the white walls allow these details to shine. The two primary bedrooms both boast skylit marble bathtubs and wooden walk-in closets and one of the bedrooms even features a lofted area that can be used as a yoga space or a study. Outdoors, there’s plenty of room to enjoy the wooded property, including a covered dining area, a hot tub, and a pool with adjoining lounge chairs.
The property wasn’t DiCaprio’s primary living space. According to the LA Times, he bought the home for a family member and mostly resides at his Malibu property instead. He does have a spot in the neighborhood, though—earlier this year he purchased a Los Feliz home from Jesse Tyler Ferguson.