He might be best known for his Academy Award–winning acting skills, but it turns out Leonardo DiCaprio is also a fierce real estate mogul. This week, the Revenant star listed his Malibu home for sale for $10.95 million, marking a near $9 million profit if the property sells for asking price, Trulia reports.
Given its new multimillion-dollar price tag, the California cottage is surprisingly modest by A-lister standards. Spanning 1765 square feet, the house features crisp, understated décor including wicker chairs, gray sofas, and neutral drapes. The clincher: It's located on Carbon Beach, also referred to as "Billionaire's Beach," and boasts stunning ocean views. Take a peek inside the 1950 beach bungalow, and tell us if you think it warrants the new price tag.
The home is rich with wood accents, including the paneled entryway.
Many rooms in DiCaprio's home boast expansive windows, offering views of the coastline.
Slate-gray tiles adorn the kitchen, paired with an oxblood Persian runner rug.
The bungalow was listed as a rental in 2015 for $50,000 per month during peak season.
A gray sectional sofa and ample greenery adorn the main living space.
The oceanfront deck has uninterrupted access to SoCal sunsets.