Leonardo DiCaprio lives every man’s dream.
Namely that, one day, you’ll be able to wear a muskrat-sized goatee and a woeful top knot but still pull more ass than a vaudeville stage cane.
Well, you may not have Leo’s arm candy du jour, but at least now you can have his home.
Give a wolf’s howl to 432 Hermosa, a post-war compound in sunny Palm Springs owned by the Oscar-nominated heartthrob and serial model thumper, now for rent.
DiCaprio paid $5.5 million for the pad, which was designed by star architect Donald Wexler in 1964 for singer Dinah Shore.
The 1.3 acres play home to tennis courts, a heated saltwater pool, guest house, massive kitchen and six bedrooms.
Perfect for group trips, corporate retreats or over-indulgent, put-it-all-on-the-card romantic getaways.
Plus, it’s walking distance to the main drag of Palm Springs.
The windows are floor-to-ceiling. The palm trees are bottom-lit like Oscar-nominated foliage should be.
Shit, man, even the piano is grand.
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