The Fabulous Real Estate of Leonardo DiCaprio
With a career spanning over two decades, Leonardo DiCaprio has played everything from an Irish gangster to Louis XIV. But the Wolf of Wall Street isn’t just some celeb with a mansion either—his real estate is almost as diverse as his leading roles. From eco-resorts to Hampton getaways, here's the fabulous real estate of Leo DiCaprio.
The conversion included a circadian lighting system that cycles throughout the day, shining "energizing light in the morning" and an "evening ambiance that prepares the body for rest." Not too shabby.
The digs are more than a pretty view—they're tricked out with amenities you never even knew existed.
The kitchen comes with a built-in juicer and a 78-bottle wine refrigerator, because you never know when you may have to screen the Wolf of Wall Street again in your living room.
It also has countertops coated to destroy germs, so after that screening Leo won't need to bother cleaning up.
Don't forget the bathroom's Vitamin C-infused shower—because pouring your morning OJ over your head can be exhausting. (And a waste of OJ.)
And, of course, sometimes you have to get away from your wellness-cave to the $5k-a-night Hamptons mansion below with six bedrooms, a pool, a hot tub and an outdoor area with a retractable roof.
But when the NY winter is too cold for even the hot tub to handle, there's always Palm Springs, CA.
Leo bought Dinah Shore's old Las Palmas stomping ground in 2014 for $5.23M. The 7,022 SF house has six bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, a pool and a tennis court.
The actor's most impressive purchase, though, is Blackadore Caye, a 104-acre island off the coast of Belize.
The plan is to build an eco-conscious resort on the island in partnership with McLennan Design and Delos, the same developers that own his NYC wellness-apartment.
The resort village will be an ecologically restored habitat preserve run on green energy. Leo wants to bring the island habitat back from years of overfishing and mangrove destruction. The designers say it will be the "first Living Building resort in the world."
Leo's ambitious development goals get him one step closer to what he shouted off the bow of the Titanic in 1997: "I'm king of the world!!"