A-list actor Leonardo DiCaprio is jettisoning his second California property in a month. The Oscar winner just listed a modest home in Studio City for $2.5 million, according to Variety. The new listing comes just a week after he listed his Malibu beachfront house for almost $11 million.
The 3,407-square-foot house on a little more than one-third of an acre was built in 1937 and has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The adjoining living and dining rooms sport bamboo floors and glass doors that lead to the front porch. The white kitchen has a vaulted ceiling and gray granite counters. A pergola and swimming pool grace the backyard.
DiCaprio reportedly bought the house, in the Colfax Meadows neighborhood, for $2 million in 2014 from Robert Hrtica, his cousin and business associate, who had purchased the home in late 2004 for $1.6 million.
The actor, who picked up a 2016 Oscar for his leading role in "The Revenant," still reportedly owns property in L.A.'s Silver Lake neighborhood, above Sunset Strip, and in Palm Springs.
His real estate shuffle coincides with the impending release of his next big-screen project, a documentary on climate change titled "Before the Flood."