Spend the Night at Leonardo DiCaprio's Palm Springs Pad
Leonardo DiCaprio bought this Palm Springs architectural gem for just $5.23 million last year, but he's figured out how to make the most of his purchase. For $4,500 a night, you can snuggle up in Leo's bed and swim in his pool, but the home's celebrity roots don't stop there.
Designed by famed architect Donald Wexler in 1963, Leonardo's house packs plenty of Hollywood pedigree — Wexler designed it for actress and singer Dinah Shore. The home, which sits on 1.3 acres, is designed in classic midcentury ranch style. A single-level floor plan is accented by walls of windows and includes six bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, and a detached gym and tennis court.
Take a look for yourself!
Source: Capitas Real Estate