By Caroline Biggs

Published on September 21, 2016

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Per Variety, DiCaprio purchased the breezy bachelor pad all the way back in 1998—not long after he filmed the blockbuster hit “Titanic.” 

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The two-story estate features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a gated courtyard, and over 1,700 square feet of beachside living space. 

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The galley-style kitchen boasts marble countertops and a herringbone-tiled backsplash. 

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An open dining nook is outfitted in bleached wood floors and opens directly onto an ocean-facing deck.

 

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All of the A-List abode’s bedrooms come with sitting areas and balconies with views of the ocean and coastline.

 

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Out back, there’s an enormous glass-railed patio designed exclusively for al fresco dining, plus a private stairway that leads directly to Carbon Beach. No wonder it took DiCaprio nearly two decades to leave!