Movie buffs are being offered a rare opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood history in the form of sprawling Long Island mansion that served as a shooting location for hit film The Wolf of Wall Street – and has just hit the market for a whopping $10 million. The property, which has also featured in The Loudest Voice and Elementary and served as the home of Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie ‘s characters in The Wolf of Wall Street, boasts an impressive array of amenities, including six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and an in-home barbershop, as well as a spa and a gym.
But any film fanatics will likely find its most appealing feature to be its history as a Hollywood movie and TV set – with DiCaprio and Robbie skyrocketing it into the property hall of fame when they filmed scenes from The Wolf of Wall Street there. The movie, an adaptation of a true story, sees DiCaprio taking on the role of Jordan Belfort, a stock broker living the high life, and engaging in an affair with Robbie’s character Naomi Lapaglia, before plummeting into a world of corruption and crime.
The movie was filmed across multiple locations in the New York area – including the newly-listed Long Island property, which is being sold by owner and racehorse breeder Ralph Bianculli, who custom built the property in 2010, where he has been living ever since. The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom country manor – which stands on five acres of manicured lawn – is located just 25 minutes from the legendary Belmont Racetrack in New York.
Used to breed hundreds of thoroughbred race horses, ‘the property has been home to 100 winners at elite racetracks around the state,’ according to listing agents Regina Rogers of Douglas Elliman. The property’s paddocks were a hit with Hollywood and have been used to film scenes including in Martin Scorsese’s 2013 box office hit. The picturesque property also played host to Lucy Lui while filming Elementary and Russel Crow while filming The Loudest Voice. Pictured: The kitchen features custom cabinets, high end appliances, three dishwashers and a large refrigerator.
As seen on screen, the 15,000 square feet French-inspired manor, topped with round turrets, boasts a cook’s garden, rear entertainment complex with in-ground heated saltwater pool, a separate spa with fountain, an outdoor kitchen, bar and its own waterfall which flows into a koi pond. Pictured: A brick wine cellar inside.
If the spa wasn’t enough, there are also paddocks, with room to stand a 10-stable barn, with tack room and farm manager apartment. The property is home to multiple stables and has been home to 100 winners at elite racetracks around the state.
The three-floor stone mansion also features wraparound balconies and veranda, spacious rooms, and high ceilings (some two-story) making it ideal for entertaining on a grand scale – though maybe don’t throw a party quite like Jordan Belfort’s movie counterpart. Pictured: One of the bedrooms with wooden flooring.
Pictured: A spa and entertainment area – which made the mega mansion the perfect spot for movie stars.
With fielded panels, high archways, and gleaming hardwood and stone floors, the home has an extraordinary open floor plan. Pictured: Adding to the spacious living area, the home comes complete with an open bar – giving guests no reason to ever leave their home.
The French inspired manor also includes an office perfect for future billionaires to get to work.
Inside the seven-bathroom home, one of the bathrooms includes marbled counters and silver and gold finishes to add to the luxury style of the home.
One of the many living areas has wooden floors, floral decor and a grand fireplace allowing guests to relax no matter the space.
Three stories make up the home which stands on five acres of manicured lawn and offer guests a perfect private escape.
Front and back turrets provide circular rooms and room for a wide and elegant staircase that curves and flares. The entrance foyer has inlaid marble floors and coffered ceiling, there’s also a grand fireplace in an alcove leading to the study and powder room.
One of the many cozy sitting areas includes a posh fireplace and offers gorgeous views of the multiple balconies that wrap around the home.
A serpentine second-floor balcony winds its way above several first-floor rooms with vast two-story walls of windows offering views of the pool and distant paddocks.
To the right of the entryway there is a stunning dining area with wood finishes and a jaw dropping chandelier that catches the eye’s of guests as soon as they enter the home.
A more subtle living area includes multiple sitting areas and French doors that lead directly to the balcony.
Outside, there is a private pool, a kitchen and multiple lounging areas that allow guests to take in all their natural surroundings.
The mansion comes complete with lavish finishes across all six-bedrooms and seven-bathrooms, and includes everything guests could need, the home is listed with Douglas Elliman for $9.995 million.