Monday, October 22, 2007

Leo DiCaprio's Malee-boo Modern

The children have been clamoring and crying for some information on the modern Malee-boo crib that Leo DiCaprio quietly purchased earlier this year for $6,350,000, and RADAR has apparently heard your wailing and responded with all the pix real estate porn lovers can handle.

For the record, Your Mama loves this place. We find it to be extremely well located, modest in size, clean and crisp in appearance and more a-list neighbors than you can shake a stick at.

Not sure why Mister DiCaprio needs three ocean front homes in Malee-boo, but who are we to question the capricious real estate desires of the very rich and famous?

And of course, Your Mama wishes all the Malee-booans health and safety as they grapple and cope with the out of control blaze sweeping through the area.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

this house is pretty sweet but it's on a really narrow lot & no room for a pool - isn't it next door to brad garretts house u featured the other day? ... anyway, it's way beyond broad beach ... getting into l.a during the summer months would be a nightmare ... it's bad enough from central malibu, complete nightmare from broad beach & this place is beyond broad beach close to the ventura county line pretty much ...

where are his 2 properties in malibu? i know his mother lives on carbon at the la costa end ... where is his other place?

so_chic_darling said...

A lovely weekend cottage!

Anonymous said...

I really like it. It's so simple and clean and beautifully designed. True about no pool, but a gorgeous beach is right there.

No doubt his several other pads likely have pools that he never uses anyways. People with pools seem to tire of them quickly.

Anonymous said...

One of Leo's places is at 21844 PACIFIC COAST HWY in the name of his attorney Robert Hrtica. The address of this one is 32628 PACIFIC COAST HWY. Don't know where the 3rd one is.

Anonymous said...

21844 will be the carbon property

yeah, there is a beach but it's 100ft down the bluff! there is an extremely steep windy staircase though.

West Coastian said...

My drinks would have likely spilled or evaporated before I had gotten my shaky self down those damn stairs.