Leonardo DiCaprio Lists $10.95M Malibu Beach House
Academy Award winner Leonardo DiCaprio recently listed his oceanfront home on Malibu’s Carbon Beach for $10.95 million — that’s over $9 million more than what he paid for the property back in 1998 (but less than half of the $20 million he made for his role in The Revenant).
The 1,765-square-foot cottage built in the 1950s is remodelled and boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a stunning courtyard that leads to the beach. It was available for rent last year for $23,000 per month off-season or $50,000 per month during the summer. Now, Leo is offloading the property fully — perhaps he decided he’d rather vacation in Palm Springs. Click through to see inside the modern beach house.
The façade of this home is quite modest considering it’s owned by one of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
The minimalist entryway exudes a relaxed, laid-back feel the minute you enter.
Pale hardwood flooring mimics the soft look of the home’s sandy shore, bringing the outdoors in.
A cowhide rug and mod fireplace create a cozy atmosphere in the living room.
Gorgeous grey herringbone tile inches its way up to the ceiling in the kitchen. Lower cabinetry in a matching color extends the standout look to the floor.
Brass hardware breaks up the grey palette, while a runner adds color underfoot.
An intimate dining area is bright and airy with views of the beach.
The master bedroom comes complete with its own seating area and patio.
An art piece that’s similar to the one in the living room is hung above the seats.
We wouldn’t mind taking a nap on this lounge chair.
This all-white bedroom is all sorts of dreamy.
The master bedroom has a TV, although it might be hard to compete with the ocean views.
This bedroom has more of a bohemian vibe with printed wallpaper and wood accents.
The main floor deck comes with transparent guardrails that ensure stunning Pacific Ocean views from every angle.
Oh, and there’s also a hot tub that’s ideal for those romantic nights.