Land­lord is among his lat­est roles

Los Angeles Times - - HOT PROPERTY -

Find­ing no tak­ers for his Mal­ibu home yet, Hol­ly­wood star

Leonardo DiCaprio has leased the ocean­front prop­erty on Car­bon Beach for $22,000 a month.

The beach res­i­dence, dat­ing to the 1950s and since remodeled, had been up for sale since last year for as much as $10.95 mil­lion. It last changed hands in 1998 for $1.6 mil­lion, pub­lic records show.

Ob­scured from the street by fences and gates, the house is en­tered through a gated court­yard and a screened sun porch. The 1,765 square feet of liv­ing space in­cludes a liv­ing room with a fire­place, a din­ing area, three bed­rooms and two bath­rooms. A gal­ley-style kitchen has been up­dated with gray her­ring­bone tile and color-co­or­di­nated cab­i­netry.

Beach-fac­ing deck­ing ex­tends the liv­ing space out­doors, where ameni­ties in­clude a hot tub. A wooden stair­case leads from the pa­tio area to the beach­front.

DiCaprio, 42, won an Academy Award two years ago for his lead­ing role in “The Revenant” (2015). His other cred­its that gar­nered Os­car nom­i­na­tions in­clude “What’s Eat­ing Gil­bert Grape” (1993), “The Avi­a­tor” (2004), “Blood Di­a­mond” (2005) and “The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013).

Katie Bentzen of Part­ners Trust Mal­ibu was the list­ing agent.

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