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Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu House Available for $75,000 a Month
Looking for a place to live? Well, fellow Angeleno, you need look no further, because for the low price of $75,000 a month, you can rent Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu home.
All your problems are now solved!
According to E! Online, the 17,679-square-foot house has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, and sits on almost half an acre. Photos of the actor's humble abode at Celebuzz reveal a beachfront patio, a glass-enclosed dining room and a kitchen stocked with green apples, as homes on the market are wont to be.
And no doubt we'll all rest easier knowing that Leo isn't losing out on any rent this summer.
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