Rent Leonardo DiCaprio's Palm Springs Pad for $4,500 a Night

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ZillowLeonardo DiCaprio's 1964 house in the Old Las Palmas neighborhood of Palm Springs was designed for Dinah Shore.
Looks like Leonardo DiCaprio is adding landlord to his resume. "The Wolf of Wall Street" actor reportedly is renting out his Palm Springs vacation home starting at $4,500 per night.

Props to our pals at Curbed LA for spotting the listing on a rental site. The 1964 modern house, designed for singer/actress Dinah Shore, is located in the sought-after neighborhood of Old Las Palmas, where such bright lights as Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Elvis Presley vacationed.

The six-bedroom, 7.5-bath house sits on a 1.3-acre desert lot with palm trees and vistas of the San Jacinto Mountains. It's furnished with the "finest examples of Mid-Century architecture in Southern California, the birthplace of the progressive design movement," the rental listing says.

Also included:
  • Guest house overlooking the pool
  • Casita adjacent to the tennis court
  • Generous living room with grand piano, fireplace and cocktail bar.
DiCaprio reportedly bought the house last March for $5.2 million, according to Zillow, which said the actor never confirmed the deal but property records link the purchasing LLC to the same address as DiCaprio's production company.

In 2013, DiCaprio said he was taking a break from acting. But it looks like The Wolf is back in the saddle, movie-wise. News recently broke that he's planning to star in and produce "The Crowded Room," about Billy Milligan, the first person to successfully use multiple personality disorder as a legal defense.

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