Real Estate

A-list actor Leonardo DiCaprio has found a buyer for a property in the Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles, records show.

The 1926 Tudor-style home, which hit the market last year for $5.75 million, recently sold to famed musician Miguel for $4.9 million.

The purchase continues the property’s long line of celebrity homeowners. Prior to DiCaprio’s ownership, the nearly 100-year old home belonged to singer-DJ Moby, who sold it for $4.19 million in 2018 to a family trust tied to the Oscar-winning actor. During that time, the Los Feliz residence was restored and updated while still retaining much of the original architectural character.

Known as Red Oak Manor, the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom features traditional touches like hardwood floors, french doors and three fireplaces, and more modern elements like high, arched ceilings, a steam room a loft space.

Much of the home’s airy character comes from the combination of long banks of bay windows, an array of ornamental wall sconces and a light color palette that extends to the white cabinetry and marble of the eat-in kitchen.

Other desirable details include built-ins, ornate molding and understated paneling throughout.

Privacy hedges and mature trees shield the home’s backyard, which features a stone-deck pool and hot tub.

The listing was held by Brett Lawyer of Beverly Hills-based luxury brokerage Hilton & Hyland.

The sale comes on the heels of another of DiCaprio’s high-profile closings. In November, the star of The Revenant and Don’t Look Up sold his Malibu bungalow for $10.3 million after just two months on the market.

Hilton & Hyland is an exclusive member of Forbes Global Properties, a consumer marketplace and membership network of elite brokerages selling the world’s most luxurious homes.

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