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A Weekend at Leonardo DiCaprio's Palm Springs Home Will Cost You $9K

Entertainment | Patrick Clarke | March 20, 2015

A Weekend at Leonardo DiCaprio's Palm Springs Home Will Cost You $9K

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Nine thousand dollars can buy you a lot of nice things, but it'll only get you two nights at Leonardo DiCaprio's massive $5.2 million property in Palm Springs, California. 

That's right, you no longer have to be Hollywood royalty or a millionaire to live like it for a few days. 

Anyone with a deep savings account can now rent out DiCaprio's digs. But there's a catch. A minimum two-night stay is required and rates don't stop, but start at $4,500 per night. 

Designed by renowned architect Donald Wexler in the mid 1960s, the six-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom 7,000-plus-square-foot compound was originally built for the late American singer and actress Dinah Shore. However, DiCaprio was rumored to have purchased the property for just over $5 million last year.

Located within Old Las Palmas, a neighborhood once home to Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley, among other stars, the house spans 1.3 acres of desert and features a one-bedroom guest house and a heated pool, in addition to tennis courts and daily maid service.

Oh, and there's Wi-Fi too. 

Plus, with floor-to-ceiling windows featured throughout the house, there's not a bad seat to be found.

What's more, the house is within walking distance of restaurants, bars, theaters and more. 

While the compound is undoubtedly the ideal spot to entertain, it seems the 40-year-old bachelor is either too busy with work or content to live it up elsewhere these days. But that's good news for the rich and not-so-famous who want to experience what it's like to live like a Hollywood icon. 

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