Want to vacation like a celebrity? Here’s a rare opportunity – Leonardo DiCaprio’s Palm Springs vacation home is available for rent. The fully furnished home is being rented out through a
private website with rates starting at $4,500 per night.
Designed by renowned architect Donald Wexler in 1964, this modernist estate exudes luxury like no other. There are 6 bedrooms, 7 1/2 baths, a sauna, a guest house that overlooks the pool, and a casita adjacent to the tennis court. Click through to see the stunning property that has recently made our lust list.
The property is located within Old Las Palmas, Palm Springs’ most sought-after neighborhood.
Built on a secluded 1.3-acre desert oasis compound, the estate is completely private with views of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains.
This aerial view of the tennis court and property shows the mountains in all their glory.
The living room is the hub for entertaining, complete with generous seating and a fireplace.
Oh, and there’s also a grand piano for some live music entertainment.
With views like this, an outdoor lounge is a must!
The deluxe chef’s kitchen is kept minimal with stainless steel appliances, a marble countertop and a bar for dining with lush outdoor views.
The dining room is adjacent to the outdoor patio, making it perfect for large dinner parties and barbecues.
The master bedroom takes Palm Springs’ famously quirky mid-century modern style to heart, with a shag rug, fur chairs and a sunburst mirror.
Floor-to-ceiling windows are found throughout the house, offering an indoor-outdoor vibe.
A walkway flows through the property, leading to lush gardens and other rooms in the home.
Many of the bedrooms walk out onto a sunny terrace.
The guest rooms are each decked out in a different bright color, offering a monotone look that feels slightly ’60s.
The accompanying bathrooms feature stainless steel fixtures, colorful tile and simple lighting sconces.
This green room is groovy with quirky textiles and a teak night table.
The media room and office space boasts bold pattern and a mod curved sofa.
The guest house has one bedroom with a kitchenette and seating area, and overlooks the pool.
A row of lounge chairs dots the edge of the property’s expansive pool.
There is also a sizeable hot tub on site, for those brisk desert nights.
The tennis court is adjacent to a casita where people can watch the match.
With pops of yellow and casual seating, the casita is bright and playful.
A red hammock offers the ideal place to hang outside the casita.
An on-site bon fire is the cherry-on-top to this grand vacation home.
432 Hermosa; Headshot, Wikimedia Commons