How to Rent Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu Beach House
The half-acre Malibu Colony property goes for $75,000 a month -- and Steven Spielberg's nearby compound, Bruce Willis' Turks and Caicos pad, and Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas' Bermuda estate can also be rented, for a price.
This story first appeared in the June 28 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
For $75,000 a month, Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu pad can be your perfect summer getaway.
The actor's compound on a half-acre lot in Malibu Colony has a four-bedroom main house, two-bedroom detached guesthouse, a gym and a fire pit. The price is for a minimum six-month rental; less than that, and it's $150,000 a month (Sarah Kosasky of Arete Estates has the listing).
Also in Malibu is Steven Spielberg's compound (listed by Partners Trust's Ann Eysenring) on Broad Beach, which has an asking price of $125,000 a month for a 7,200-square-foot main house with an accompanying two-bedroom guesthouse. The one-acre spread includes 130 feet of beachfront access along with a massage room and screening room.
Bruce Willis' $20,873-a-night pad -- The Residence, inside the Parrot Cay resort -- is nestled within the Turks and Caicos Islands. The actor's six-acre oceanfront compound includes a five-bedroom main house with two detached guesthouses and two three-bedroom guest villas.
In Bermuda, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have put their 7,300-square-foot villa on the rental market for $28,000 a month (listed by Bermuda Realty). The three-acre property features main and guesthouses, a fruit grove, tennis court and garden complete with a hot tub.