Leonardo DiCaprio Buys Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s Los Feliz House for $7.1 Million


There’s nothing extra thrilling than when movie star worlds collide. Dust studies that Leonardo DiCaprio not too long ago bought Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita’s residence in Los Feliz, California—which was additionally beforehand owned by Gwen Stefani and Robert Pattinson.

The Titanic star paid $7.1 million, which means that the Fashionable Household star and his husband made fairly the revenue, contemplating that they purchased it for simply $4.6 million again in 2013. The 1928 Spanish Colonial–type property is a four-bedroom area with a brilliant, cyan-trimmed exterior that spans almost 5,000 sq. ft.

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The eating room.

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Previous the large gates, lengthy driveway, and a steep flight of stairs is the property’s unique hand-carved door that’s lined with pretty bougainvillea. The rotunda-shaped entryway options an intricately crafted railing complemented by an in depth stenciled ceiling and terra-cotta tile flooring from when the home was first constructed.

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The kitchen.

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Transferring farther into the area, there’s a two-story library full with daring teal partitions and mustard-colored furnishings, a singular shade mixture that works. The star couple nabbed the previous Will & Grace set designer Peter Gurksi to design and furnish the rooms. “I stated, ‘Right here’s my quantity in the event you need assistance shopping for something,’ and he known as me a few chair,” Gurski instructed AD of how he began working with the duo. The inside designer later added, “Of all of the {couples} I’ve labored with, their design relationship developed essentially the most.”

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The courtyard space.

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Different star qualities of the house embrace a media room, a hillside swimming pool, a tiled eating terrace, and, after all, spectacular views of the Griffith Observatory. It completely is smart why DiCaprio shelled out for the premium property. Plus, the Oscar winner is understood to be a fan of Spanish-style properties, as he beforehand owned one close to L.A.’s Silver Lake Reservoir.

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