Leonardo DiCaprio attends the “Don’t Look Up” World Premiere in New York City. Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Netflix.

Acclaimed actor and humanitarian Leonardo DiCaprio, has been captivating audiences for the past thirty years, taking on some of the most iconic roles in modern-day cinema; Arnold Grape, Jack Dawson, Howard Hughes, Jay Gatsby, Jordan Belfort, and now add Dr. Randall Mindy to that list. And along the way, the Don’t Look Up” star has been amassing a luxury-packed portfolio of homes that would make the likes of Tony Stark, Richie Rich, and even Jay Gatsby himself jealous. From a 5,000 square ft. Spanish colonial in Los Feliz and a luxury Battery Park apartment, to a 104-acre island in Belize, and everything in-between. He’s spent his career building a portfolio of impressive homes, some purchased from Hollywood’s elite like music icons  Moby and Madonna. Let’s talk a bit about some of the impressive homes (or should we say mini/mega-mansions) the Academy Award-winning actor has in his arsenal.

Among his most recent purchases is a sprawling 1928 Spanish Colonial owned by Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his husband. Purchased last year, he reportedly shelled out $7.1 million for the home. It’s uncertain what changes he plans to make to the gothic-inspired property as of yet. His collection of homes is quite expansive, covering every corner of the country, and every architectural style. From a traditional beach house in Malibu to a sleek NYC apartment (he bought two apartments right next to each other) overlooking the Hudson. He even owns a mid-century modern complex in Palm Springs, designed by famed architect, Donald Wexler—who helped pioneer the use of exposed steel in residential construction.

Photo by Emily Berl. Courtesy of Architectural Digest.
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Leonardo DiCaprio’s Palm Springs estate. Photo: Mark Kanning / Alamy Stock Photo.

It seems like every few years or so, the star adds another impressive home to his roster. With 2022 marking a new year, we wonder what property he’ll acquire next.