It’s safe to say Leonardo DiCaprio has come a long way from his modest childhood home in Los Angeles, California. The movie megastar began his career when he was just 5 years old, and through the decades he has become one of the most successful actors in the world, with an estimated net worth of $260 million. With his fortunes, DiCaprio has made it clear that real estate is one of his greatest passions and favorite way to splurge.
The Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood star can’t resist the California charm, where he owns five of his homes, in addition to several luxury condos in Manhattan. He also owns a $1.75 million private island in Belize, where he intended on building Blackadore Caye eco-resort, but the dream never came to reality.
His California properties include a $5.2 million Palm Springs midcentury-modern mansion (7,000 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, tennis court, and guest house), a $2 million Hollywood Hills home formerly owned by Madonna (12,530 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, and a basketball court), a $23 million home on Malibu’s Paradise Cove (1.76 acres and 90 feet of beach frontage), and a $13.8 million oceanfront house elsewhere in Malibu (3,268 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms).
In 2021, DiCaprio sold his historic Los Feliz home to Los Angeles-native Miguel for $4.9 million. Later that year, he purchased Gwen Stefani’s old Los Feliz mansion from Jesse Tyler Ferguson for $7.1 million and an iconic $10 million estate in Beverly Hills. His main residence remains a three-house, four-parcel compound way up in LA’s Bird Streets in Hollywood Hills, which includes the house formerly owned by pop icon Madonna.