Rent Leonardo DiCaprio's Modernist pad in Palm Springs
Who better to call your Landlord than the Oscar-winning Leonardo DiCaprio?
Yes, the actor finally caught a break by winning the Academy Award, and now you can get a taste of the A-list lifestyle by renting his Modernist Palm Springs pad.
DiCaprio bought the Mid-Century property - designed by architect Donald Wexler, and built in 1964 - back in 2014, and has made it available to rent since last year.
Set on a 1.3-acre desert site, the 7,000 sq ft home has six bedrooms, spa facilities, a heated swimming pool and a floodlit tennis court. The property's interiors features floor-to-ceiling glass walls, wooden ceilings and stone walls. Crucially, the Dinah Shore Estate, as it's known, has Wi-Fi.
Prices start at a wallet-squeezing $4,500 a night -- but nothing comes cheap or easy in the world of a Hollywood star.
Just ask Leo about his wait for an Oscar.
This article was originally published by The Spaces, a digital publication exploring new ways to live and work.