Inside the 'Wolf of Wall Street' House
The “Wolf of Wall Street” Jordan Belfort, the real-life stockbroker portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio in the 2013 film, led his lavish lifestyle at an 8,706-square-foot mansion in Old Brookville, Long Island. After being seized by the government to pay back some of the millions that were owned to Belfort's fraud victims, it was sold in 2001.
The 8,706 square foot home has been transformed by the current owners. There are five bedrooms, six baths, a two-story foyer, a sunken living room, and a billiards room with a walk-in wet bar. Outside, there is a pool, a pond, and multiple terraces.