Leonardo DiCaprio Is Letting Randos Stay in His House

BRB, throwing all belongings in a duffle.

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And here you thought Airbnb was the best way to snoop on other people's homes rent a kickass vacation house. Turns out, you just needed to attend Cannes, get invited to the amfAR 23rd annual Cinema Against AIDS event, and have a cool $300,000 to bid on a week at Leonardo DiCaprio's Palm Springs abode. 


According to Deadline, the star offered up his digs from 3 p.m. on January 16, 2017 through 10 a.m. on January 23, 2017 to the highest bidder. Up to 12 people are allowed (so invite me please), as long as "house rules" are followed (sure, whatever, I can do that). 

He then offered it up for a second time at the auction and received $150,000 for it—half the first asking price, because I assume the novelty had worn off by then. 

Fair warning: If you think the winners will be able to inspect every inch of Leo's stuff, you're probably be wrong—the estate has been rented out for stays since 2014. But Leo as a landlord? I'll take it.


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