Leonardo DiCaprio has done it again — made another real estate move. We’ve been trying to keep up with his selling and buying spree, but he always seems to be one step ahead of us. The Beverly Hills home he purchased late last year has undergone a lovely renovation, and now, the Oscar winner is ready for tenants to move. The 4,671-square-foot property has four bedrooms and six bathrooms and is available for $32,500 per month if that fits your housing budget.
If you compare what the place looked like last year, DiCaprio knows what he is doing when it comes to rehabbing a home. The kitchen received a much-needed facelift by removing the busy black-and-white chevron floors and replacing them with a more subtle tone — it ties all of the neutral colors together. The former clutter in the primary suite is gone and the tenant can enjoy the huge walk-in closet, a gorgeous marble bathroom, and a bedroom that feels soothing and peaceful.
The Don’t Look Up star made sure to keep the wonderful charm of the 1936-built residence with stunning lighting fixtures and crown modeling throughout the home. The backyard also retains its sweetness with a pool and fire pit to enjoy throughout the year. If this rental property doesn’t suit your needs, then perhaps head west to Malibu where Sandra Bullock has put her cozy bungalow up for rent for only $30,000 per month. See how DiCaprio improved his Beverly Hills home — and be sure to check out more photos at Dirt.
More Than Meets the Eye
The 1936 exterior might not look impressive, but the Oscar winner has added some lovely details to the interior to make it an attractive monthly rental.
The kitchen was given a refresh since DiCaprio purchased the residence with new flooring, an updated backsplash, and high-end appliances.
Midcentury Modern Decor
The home has lovely details like the 1950s-inspired chandelier, which harkens back to the golden days of Hollywood.
Bright and Light
The corner bedroom allows natural light to stream through the bedroom, giving it a wonderfully warm vibe.
The vanity and walls of striated marble are a stunning contrast to the simplicity of the stark-white soaking tub.
The walk-in closet has plenty of storage space with the built-in shelving, plus a large mirror to do last looks before your 90210 evening out.
The pool is tiny, but it offers just enough space for taking a cool dip on a hot day.
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