Titanic star Leonardo DiCaprio has put one of his LA mansions on the rental market with an eye-watering price tag of US$32,500 per month.
According to The Dirt, the A-list star purchased the posh Beverly Hills mansion last year for just under US$10 million, adding to his already extensive property portfolio that includes properties in Malibu and Los Feliz.
The traditional two-storey home in the Beverly Hills Flats neighbourhood was originally built in the 1930s, before recently being extensively remodelled to include white oak floors, designer light fixtures and steelcase doors.
With four bedrooms and six bathrooms across 434sq m of living space, the mansion offers renters the chance to relax in celebrity style.
The main level boasts a formal entry foyer with spiral staircase, which leads into a living space highlighted by a green wood-panelled family room with built-in bookshelves.
There’s also an open-concept entertainment area with brass wet bar and doors that open to the backyard.
The gourmet kitchen includes high-end Sub-Zero, Viking and Wolf appliances, a beverage centre and an eat-in island bench with black Marquina granite and white Carrara marble.
The kitchen also offers a breakfast nook with floor-to-ceiling French doors spilling out to an alfresco dining terrace.
Upstairs there are three ensuite bedrooms with the master retreat sitting beneath a cathedral ceiling, and boasting a mini-bar, walk-in closet, and luxe marble bath equipped with an oval soaking tub.
A separate lounge opens out to a balcony overlooking the hedge-lined backyard hosting a rectangular pool and patio with a fire pit.