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Leonardo Dicaprio seems to be doing everything in his power to lose the heartthrob image that plagued him during his “Romeo + Juliet” and “Titanic” days. Don’t worry, Leo, you’ve lost it. We all know you’re a “tough guy” and a "serious" actor now, so loosen up and show us those pearly whites!
After dazzling fans in the trailer of his soon-to-be-released mega picture“The Great Gatsby,” Leonardo DiCaprio has another big move in the works.
The actor is selling his 6,000 square-foot Malibu beachside estate for $23 million, according to the Inquisitr.
The house is divided into three separate properties, including an oceanside main house with four bedrooms, a two-bedroom detached residence, and a third portion with a seventh bedroom and a gym, office, and media room.
“Completely renovated from head to toe, this unique home also includes private parking, maid quarters, gardens, lawns and private beach entry making it one luxurious beachfront compound,” Trulia said in an online listing for the property.
DiCaprio originally purchased the house, which was built in 1927, to model a Cape Cod home, for $6 million, in 2002. Since then, he's made several renovations to the property and has offered to rent it out for $75,000 a month.
He also owns an apartment in New York and land in Belize, which he is turning into an eco-friendly resort.
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