just purchased Moby’s Spanish-style mansion for $4.91 million. Located the in the Los Feliz neighborhood of LA, known as the Oaks, this five bedroom, eight bathroom palatial estate sits tucked away behind lush trees and hedges. Though we can see it’s a clear match for DiCaprio’s privacy standards, he’s also got a pile of real estate investments
in his name, so it’s unclear whether this purchase is a savvy investment or meant to serve as his primary residence.Either way, the property is stunning after a full renovation in 2016 by the electronic singer/songwriter. The home was originally built in 1926, according to Mansion Global
, so it makes sense that even after the comprehensive renovation, it maintains its early 20th century appeal, most notably due to a secret “speakeasy” connected to a full bathroom and steam room on the first floor. With sweeping archways, marble countertops and white crown molding, the home evokes a sense of clean, spaciousness. The kitchen is chockfull of high end appliances and has a walk-in pantry for extra storage. Upstairs, there are two master suites complete with stylish bathrooms en suite and ample closets.With plenty of room for dining indoors and out, this is a great home for entertaining away from prying eyes. Artful landscaping surrounds the pool and hot tub, and adds to the overall secluded and tranquil vibe of the property. The residence was originally listed for $4.495 in February, but quickly went into contract. Though not to worry, if DiCaprio needs to borrow a cup of sugar or “Honey,” Moby is close by, as he still owns the property next door.Brett Lawyer of Hilton & Hyland
represented the Academy Award-winning actor in the sale.