This Is The Best Part Of Leonardo Dicaprio's Incredible Malibu Home

Oscar-winning actor Leonardo Dicaprio traded up his homes in Malibu, according to Realtor. The "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" actor purchased the Carbon Beach property in 1998 for $1.6 million, per The New York Post, and according to the outlet, has rented the property out for a whopping $20,000 to $25,000 each month for several years, so it's safe to say that this investment has paid off. The New York Post reports that his new $13.75 million digs have more room with four bedrooms and five bathrooms, spanning 3,200 square feet. 

Dicaprio isn't the only celebrity that calls Malibu home. Coldplay singer Chris Martin, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, actress Shailene Woodley, and even Bravo's Housewives stars also call the dreamy location home. The home is perfect for a bachelor such as DiCaprio, with plenty of room to spare, no doubt. Would we expect anything less from the movie star though? We don't think so, and while we'll never let go (we're Titanic obsessed, we just had to!), we can see why the successful actor did once we saw the stats! Keep scrolling to see the best part of his abode.

The best part of Leonardo Dicaprio's home is the proximity to the ocean

According to the listing on Coldwell Banker Realty, Leonardo DiCaprio's 1950s home is listed for $10 million. It has 1,765 square feet, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and is dressed up to the nines as far as furnishings and artwork go. The kitchen is done up with chef-style appliances, loads of gray tile, and popular open shelving. Even the bedrooms have views of the ocean, which we can bet are calming to wake up to.

But the real draw is how close it is to the ocean and the best part of the home in our book. You can literally walk down the steps from the patio — which itself boasts a hot tub with ocean views, as well lounge chairs and a picnic table — and immediately dip your toes in the sand. Now that's what we're talking about — we couldn't imagine a better scenario for our day! According to The Dirt, Leonardo owns several other estates worth millions, including one in Palm Springs, homes in Los Feliz, his own island near Belize, and a few New York City condos.