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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Sells Malibu Home

    "Wolf of Wall Street" star Leonardo DiCaprio finally sold his Malibu property for $17.35 million. He first listed his beachside home for rent in May 2012 for $75,000 a month, or $115,000 for the summer. He listed it in Nov. 2012 for $23 million. The combined three homes on the property provide seven bedrooms and six bathrooms. He then listed it again for $75,000 a month.
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    The open kitchen in Leonardo DiCaprio's home eventually leads to the Pacific Ocean.
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    The living room in Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu home, which spans 2,633 sq. ft.
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    The guest kitchen in Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu home.
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    A guest bedroom in Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu home.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Sells Malibu Home

    The master bedroom in Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu home. The actor spends most of his time in New York, where he owns a penthouse in Battery Park.
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    The patio of Leonardo DiCaprio's gated, Malibu home. Built in 1927, the home has high ceilings with exposed beams and an open floor plan leading straight out to the outdoors.
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    The deck at Leobardo DiCaprio's Malibu home, which also has a gym and spa.
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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Sells Malibu Home

    Leonardo DiCaprio bought this Malibu home for $6 million in Oct. 2002, the year he was featured in "Catch Me If You Can" and "Gangs of New York."
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