Leonardo DiCaprio Puts Malibu Home on Market After Failing to Find Renter (House of the Day)


Leonardo DiCaprio, Malibu home

By Erika Riggs


According to the Los Angeles Times, Leonardo DiCaprio has decided he's had enough of trying to rent out his Malibu place: He wants it out of his hands once and for all.

The "Titanic" actor first listed his Malibu home for $75,000 a month in May. Even though the rental was listed all summer, the A-lister didn't seem to get any grabs. Now the home has jumped to the for-sale side, with a price tag of $23 million.

The property holds two homes: The main house has four bedrooms and faces the ocean, and a detached guesthouse has an additional two bedrooms. According to the listing description, the home was recently updated.

DiCaprio owns another home in Malibu, but he spends most of his time in New York, where he purchased a new eco-friendly Battery Park penthouse in Manhattan.


See the listing for more details.

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