Own the House That Leo Called Home in 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
This 2,500-square-foot luxury condo was used in Martin Scorsese's latest film. It's yours for $6.5 million.
Last month we picked out some homes that a real-life "Wolf of Wall Street" may want to live in. Now here is the actual home that was used as Leonardo DiCaprio's pad in The Wolf of Wall Street. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bath penthouse is on the market for $6,495,000. One look at the photos and you can see why Martin Scorsese wanted to cast this place as the home of scheming high-rolling stockbroker Jordan Belfort.
With three exposures and a perch on the 32nd floor, the uber-contemporary condo offers terrific views of the Manhattan skyline as well as the East River. The open living/dining/kitchen area is filled with light and the entire apartment is decked out with floor-to-ceiling windows. All three bedrooms are en suite, and the master bedroom is the ultimate of luxury master bedrooms: It has river views, accesses the 200-square-foot terrace and comes with a private fireplace and six-foot soaking tub in the bathroom.
The apartment is located in the Milan building, which has also made appearances in Gossip Girl, The Good Wife and Curb Your Enthusiasm.
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