Leonardo DiCaprio Lists Second Home in a Month

shutterstock_383516680Now that he finally has an Oscar, Leonardo DiCaprio is narrowing the number of homes in which he can display it. The leading man has listed his home in Studio City for $2.395 million, just a week after putting his Malibu beach house on the market.

Not to worry: DiCaprio still owns multiple other homes, including in the Hollywood Hills, Palm Springs and New York City. And he’s headed to another home — the White House — next week to discuss climate change with President Obama at South by South Lawn: A White House Festival of Ideas, Art, and Action.

Although it’s no celebrity mansion, the 3,407-square-foot mid-century modern home in Studio City checks all the luxury-living boxes, from the well-appointed chef’s kitchen with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, to the master suite with a garden tub and French doors that open onto the swimming pool.

Set on a third of an acre, it’s a rare forested hideaway in the city, with bamboo floors and walls of glass for taking in the lush landscape. The open floorplan includes expansive living and family rooms, each with a fireplace. They flow into a formal dining room right off the kitchen, which includes a breakfast nook.

A mirrored built-in bar in the family room calls to mind a more gracious era, while floor-to-ceiling windows across the entire back of the house lend a sense of nature and the great outdoors even while you’re cozy inside.

Many of the windows are actually doors that open onto a large lawn with a deck and pergola for Hollywood-style outdoor entertaining.

The listing agent is Michael Okun of Sotheby’s International Realty. Hat tip to TMZ for finding the listing.

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