The 'Wolf of Wall Street' House Lists for $3.4M

An aerial view of the estate.The “Wolf of Wall Street” Jordan Belfort—who was depicted by Leonardo DiCaprio in the Martin Scorcese flick of the same name—led his notoriously lavish lifestyle at an 8,706-square-foot mansion at 5 Pin Oak Road in Old Brookville, which has recently come on the market asking $3.4M. The federal government sold the house in 2001 to pay back some of the $110M Belfort owed to his fraud victims.

According to the listing, the home has maintained its grand-scale entertaining readiness, but has been transformed by the current owners into a gracious and inviting family home. Inside, a double-height entry foyer features a harlequin designed marble floor and a circular staircase that ascends the turret. A ballroom-sized sunken living room is part of the “entertainment complex,” where there is also a den, lounge and billiards room. Outside, a bluestone terrace spans the rear of the house and overlooks the swimming pool and pool house. Douglas Elliman’s Regina Rogers represents the listing, which was reported by Page Six.

The charming façade. The entry features a harlequin design tiled floor. A look at the formal living room. The kitchen features a spacious center island. There is a fireplace in the breakfast room. The billiards room features a full bar. Arched windows let plenty of light into the dining room. The office features chic paneling. The elegant master bedroom. The spa-like master bathroom. The master closet is a tranquil retreat. A sprawling bluestone patio spans the back of the house. There is a built-in pool.