“The Wolf of Wall Street” Home

Starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Judging by the reception The Wolf of Wall Street received, he did well by the masterful director’s (Martin Scorsese) side. The movie’s based on a true story that focuses on the real-life Jordan Belfort, who was involved in laundering and fraud. Like DiCaprio’s Belfort, we’re certain that the actual Jordan Belfort lived well while everything lasted. The roomy high-end condo which Scorsese used as a filming location and was inhabited by Leonardo Belfort can actually be any wealthy person’s home for $6.495 million. The sleek Manhattan condo was first placed on the market back last September.

Property records dictate that the price was dropped by a few hundred thousand dollars a couple of months later, then jumped back to the original asking price. Interesting. The 3 bed and 3.5 bath floor plan towers over Sutton Place, offering full views via large windows at different angles. One can grasp a fuller and closer look via the sun deck. Home comes with furnished kitchen, fireplace, dishwasher, washer, and dryer. In addition to the generous 2,505 sq ft residence, the pet-friendly Milan provides access to a gym/storage/recreation rooms and has a doorman on duty. Parking is included.

Address: 300 E 55th St Penthouse B, New York NY 10022