Leonardo DiCaprio Renting Palm Springs Home for $4,500 a Night

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There's a two-night minimum stay for the 1.3-acre property, which features a 7,022-square-foot main house, pool and tennis court.

Attention, Leonardo DiCaprio fans: Now you can stay in the Wolf of Wall Street star's Palm Springs home — for $4,500 per night.

According to reports, DiCaprio bought the home — built in 1964 for singer-actress Dinah Shore — in February 2014 for $5.2 million. Curbed Los Angeles noted that the property is being rented out via the website 432hermosa.com.

The 1.3-acre property features a 7,022-square-foot main house with six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, multiple fireplaces, a gated entrance and a "deluxe chef's kitchen." It also includes a guest house, heated pool and spa and a tennis court. The living room has a grand piano and a cocktail bar. The house is furnished and also features floor-to-ceiling windows and "one of the finest examples of mid-century architecture in Southern California, the birthplace of the progressive design movement."

The website notes that there is a two-night minimum stay and that the nightly rates vary by season; $4,500 a night is the minimum. That also includes daily maid service and free Wi-Fi.

"The property is located within Old Las Palmas, Palm Springs’ most sought-after neighborhood," the listing reads. "Vacation among homes once lived in by such Hollywood celebrities as Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Cary Grant, Dean Martin, Liberace and Elvis Presley."