Celebrity Cribs: Can You Guess Which A-List Actor Found A Better Beach And Sold This $17 Million Malibu Home? [Photos]

- By Bossip Staff

leonardo-dicaprio-malibu-home-5

We don’t know why anyone would sell a house like this…

Via Realtor

Move over, Reese Witherspoon and Christian Ponder. There is another celeb joining the actress and quarterback in the sellers club this week who has reportedly consummated his own holiday sale.

After shopping and leasing out his beachside abode over the last year, the actor has reportedly sold his picturesque compound in Malibu. First reported by the Malibu Real Estate Blog, the superstar’s home closed escrow the day after his recently released film.

Located along Malibu Colony Road, the celebrity property was initially offered as a luxury rental in 2012 for a steep $175,000 a month during the summertime. The home then went on the market in November 2012 for a whopping $23 million. It saw its price chopped to $18.9 million seven months later and ultimately sold for roughly $1.5 million under that price – $17.35 million.

The compound was built in 1927 and consists of a main home and a pair of detached guest houses. Overlooking the ocean, the main home has four bedrooms and features an open floor plan and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams. One guest house has two bedrooms while the other has a loft with a gym, media room, and an office. Combined, the three structures offer a total of seven bedrooms and six bathrooms.

Hit the flippy to see more pics of the California dream house and find out who’s parting ways with it.

Image via MLS

l08bcf243-m26o

l08bcf243-m22o

l08bcf243-m21o

l08bcf243-m19o

l08bcf243-m18o

l08bcf243-m17o

    Continue Slideshow

    l08bcf243-m15o

    l08bcf243-m14o

    l08bcf243-m13o

    l08bcf243-m12o

    l08bcf243-m11o

    l08bcf243-m10o

    l08bcf243-m9o

    l08bcf243-m8o

    l08bcf243-m7o

    l08bcf243-m6o

    l08bcf243-m5o

    leonardo-dicaprio-malibu-home-2

    leonardo-dicaprio-malibu-home-1

    <
    >

    More Stories From Bossip

    Comments

    blog comments powered by Disqus