Leonardo DiCaprio is quickly becoming a real estate mogul. The actor recently added another palatial estate to his portfolio recently. After selling a Malibu home for $10.3 million (turning a profit of almost $9 million in the process), Leo purchased a $9.9 million estate located in Beverly Hills.
According to TMZ, he also owns a $13.8 million home and a lot worth $23 million in Malibu. The new home boasts 5,000 square feet of living area. It is privately located behind walls and gates, perfect for the privacy-loving actor.
DiCaprio adds the new Beverly Hills house to an impressive and ever-growing portfolio of real estate. He owns a 100-year-old Tudor in L.A.’s Los Feliz neighborhood. He’s also got a Spanish Colonial home nearby.
Leo also holds real estate in New York City and Palm Springs. He’s even got a private island near Belize. His preferred dwelling is a compound consisting of four parcels in the Bird Streets area of the Hollywood Hills. DiCaprio was represented by Brett Lawyer for the new Beverly Hills purchase.
DiCaprio is one of the most decorated actors in Hollywood history. He received his first Academy Award nomination back in 1994 for Best Supporting Actor in “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.” Since then, he has won Best Actor for his portrayal of Hugh Glass in “The Revenant.”
Leonardo DiCaprio’s films have grossed $7.2 billion worldwide. It’s no wonder he can afford so many lavish estates. His investments are also proving to be profitable, as well.
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