Leonardo DiCaprio bought Dinah Shore’s Palm Springs estate, rumors have it (Virtual Tour)
Leonardo DiCaprio is likely the mysterious buyer behind the famous Palm Springs estate of the late actress Dinah Shore, rumors have it.
The Real Estalker speculates the "Wolf of Wall Street" actor dropped $5.23 million on the celebrated tennis estate once owned by "Frasier" creator David Lee, who listed it for $5.9 million in May 2009. And they're not the only ones. According to a tweet picturing the house, the speculations also surfaced during bus tours of the area.
The residence sold for $4.9 million in 2011 to a couple from Orange County. The couple listed the place in mid-January this year for about $5.49 million. WIthin two weeks, it was sold.
According to the Desert Sun, the buyer of the home was represented by the trust Malibu Colony PCH Property LLC, of which Robert Hrtica, Dicaprio's cousin, is a representative.
The residence is a 7,000-square-foot glass palace with six bedrooms and seven full and one half bathrooms. The architectural landmark designed by the renowned David Wexler sits on a 1.3-acre lot and offers several luxury amenities, such as a spa, a pool and a large tennis court.
Inside, the home has mixed flooring, wood beamed ceilings and large floor-to-ceiling glass windows and slider doors.
Take a virtual tour of the house in a video below:
Meanwhile, DiCaprio recently spent an unknown amount on one of the five residences at 66 East 11th Street, an ultra-luxury, boutique residential development in Manhattan's coveted Greenwich Village. He has reportedly joined the board of authorities of the building, which is touting itself as the first WELL-certified building.
DiCaprio sold his Malibu property for $17.5 million in December.