Leonardo Dicaprio drops price on Malibu Colony home

Dicaprio beach house

It hasn’t been easy for Leonardo Dicaprio to get someone to shack up in his Malibu Colony home, and now the A-list actor has lowered the asking price by more than $4 million on his seaside getaway, Forbes reported.

In Nov. 2012, Dicaprio listed the home for sale for $23 million. Nearly one year later, the asking price is now $18.9 million. Unlike last summer, the home was successfully rented out this summer for $75,000, according to an online listing, and not available for viewing until the current tenant is gone after Labor Day.

The “Titanic” superstar originally bought the house for $6 million in 2002, according to Forbes.¬†

The Colony beach house, built in 1927, is made up of three units totaling seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, spanning 2,633 square feet. A gym, two kitchens, high ceilings and expansive views are some of the featured amenities.