That same year, DiCaprio also purchased a $2.05 million 1930s ranch located in the Los Angeles suburb of Studio City. Tucked behind a picket fence, the house measures 3,407 square feet, and features four bedrooms and three bathrooms. There are two living rooms, each with its own fireplace, a wet bar, and a massive eat-in chef’s kitchen. The actor didn’t hang onto the home for long, however—he sold it for $2.237 million just two years later.
Turns out 2014 was a busy real estate year for DiCaprio: He also bought a $10 million condo in Greenwich Village. The 3,663-square-foot unit is comprised of three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, and is outfitted with a number of next-level wellness amenities, including a walk-in steam shower with a custom-designed light therapy system, circadian rhythm lighting, a built-in juicing station, and in-duct aromatherapy. DiCaprio didn’t end up spending much time in the home, however, and he flipped it back onto the market not even two years later, ultimately selling it at a $2 million loss in late 2016.
Just weeks after buying Shore’s former Palm Springs compound and the Greenwich Village condo, DiCaprio shelled out $8 million to buy the apartment next door to his existing Battery Park unit. The two-bedroom unit measures 2,327 square feet, with an enviable 1,035-square-foot outdoor terrace overlooking the Hudson River. He still owns both apartments.
DiCaprio expanded his holdings in Malibu in 2017 by buying a $23 million beach house situated in the exclusive neighborhood of Paradise Cove. At the time of purchase, there was only a small 610-square-foot cottage perched on the 1.76-acre lot, though it seems unlikely that the actor kept it that way for long. Mansion Global reported at the time that the previous owner, a billionaire named Vinnie Viola, had already gotten approval to raze the house and build a two-story residence in its place. Plans also included a swimming pool, a cliffside deck, and a private beach.
One year after buying in Malibu, DiCaprio bought a $4.91 million traditional-style Los Feliz mansion from musician Moby. Set on an ultraprivate quarter-acre lot, the 4,644-square-foot home comprises five bedrooms and eight bathrooms, which includes two main suites, and boasts a pool and hot tub out back. According to the Los Angeles Times, Moby renovated much of the home during his two years of ownership, including adding custom millwork and upgrading the fireplace mantles. There is a lower-level guest suite that has a hidden passage connecting it to a steam room, and a loft space perfect for a yoga room or study. The Times also reported that DiCaprio likely bought the place for a family member, so it was never meant to be his forever home.
In early 2021, DiCaprio purchased Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s Los Feliz Spanish Colonial for $7.1 million. (Previous celebrity owners include Gwen Stefani and Robert Pattinson.) The stunner was built in 1928, and features four bedrooms spread across nearly 5,000 square feet. Ferguson and husband Justin Mikita worked with former Will & Grace set designer Peter Gurski to design and furnish the rooms in their eclectic aesthetic, which included dark teal-colored walls in the double-height study, a massive wrought-iron birdcage in place of a chandelier in the front foyer, and tweed Philip Jeffries wallpaper in the main suite. If only we could see how DiCaprio will leave his mark on the home.…