Leonardo DiCaprio has reportedly bought a mansion in Palm Springs, California, for $5.2 million.
Leonardo Dicaprio has reportedly bought a mansion for $5.2 million.
The 'Wolf of Wall Street' star - who recently announced he was taking a year away from acting - has spent the huge sum of money for a 1.34 acre property in Palm Springs, California.
The plush pad - which was once owned by the late Dinah Shore - comes complete with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a detached state-of-the art gymnasium.
The 7,000 sq ft home also comes with a pool house and a tennis court with a glass pavilion surround.
The multi-level, single-story mansion, which was designed by architect Donald Wexler, was built in 1965 and, although it's been fully renovated, it still features mid-century architecture.
Ben Lipps and his wife Jude Dr Lipps currently own the house after purchasing it for $4.9 million in 2011, but according to the Desert Sun, the hunky star had his sale agreed on Tuesday (25.02.14), despite the couple receiving an offer of $5.5 million in January.
Meanwhile, Leonardo also snapped up a property in New York's Greenwich Village last year, before selling his seven-bedroom Malibu mansion in December.