Leonardo DiCaprio Sells a Historic LA House Formerly Owned and Revamped by Moby

A household Hollywood name, Leonardo DiCaprio is well-known for his work in dramatic pieces, such as Titanic, The Revenant, and The Great Gatsby. Of the last example, it’s a pleasant coincidence that this house he just sold was built during The Roaring Twenties, though it lacks that over-the-top, Gatsby opulence and the Long Island location. But, that’s no disappointment. Instead, the cozy and bright Tudor-style home is situated in Los Feliz Oaks, just at the foothills of Los Angeles. Where the city may seem overwhelming, DiCaprio’s now-former abode occupies its own bubble of calm.

The property listed in August of 2021 at a price of $5.75 million, and officially changed hands at the end of February for $4.9 million. Dirt reports that Grammy Award-winner Miguel and his wife, singer and model Nazanin Mandi Pimentel, are the buyers, making them the home’s third celebrity owners in a row.

Steeped in celebrity history, Moby owned it up until 2018 when DiCaprio bought it. The musician revamped the home while maintaining its 1920s charm, presenting a chic and move-in ready pad for the actor, and now Miguel, to walk into. Intricate fireplaces and architectural details help keep the spaces unique, while an airy vibe complements the California location breezily.

Across 4,644 square feet, white walls and light wood floors create a simple and elegant canvas. Holding five bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the home has room for the new owner to host visitors or spread out with their family. The outdoor spaces are another major highlight. One can relax poolside surrounded by lush greenery or dine on the covered deck, all in utter privacy.

Brett Lawyer of Hilton & Hyland held the listing.