Step inside Jordan Belfort’s $10 million mansion from The Wolf Of Wall Street

Step over the multi-million dollar threshold of the estate featured in the 2013 film, complete with poker room, nightclub-style bar and on-site ‘legal apartment’…

What’s your favourite scene from The Wolf Of Wall Street? The drunken Lamborghini Countach ride? Matthew McConaughey’s charming, chest-thumping power lunch? Or one of the many scenes set at Jordan Belfort’s luxurious Long Island mansion?

Because that five-acre equestrian estate — the real (estate) star of the film — has just gone up for sale. And, listed for $10 million, the real-life home where Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie shot scenes for Martin Scorsese’s decadent, depraved 2013 film has more affluent amenities than you can shake a Quaalude at.

Custom-built in 2010 by equestrian and horse breeder Ralph Bianculli, 324 Calf Farm Road can be found just five minutes from the quaint waterfront community of Oyster Bay Village. Around 50 minutes’ drive north of Manhattan, 45 minutes from the Hamptons and 25 minute from major thoroughbred horse racing track, Belmont Park.

And the estate has similarly impressive equine credentials. Featuring 10-stall stables with an apartment, tack room and riding ring, over 100 racehorses have been raised on the property during the last decade.

Inside the residence itself — which covers an expansive 15,000 square feet — you’ll find six fireplaces to keep things cosy all year around, and an entrance foyer with inlaid marble floors and coffered ceilings. The ground floor also features an unique ‘legal apartment’, perfect if you’re planning a Belfortian manipulation of the stock market.

The French country kitchen is also a treat, featuring custom cabinetry that resembles fine furniture and integrated high-end appliances, including three dishwashers and a large refrigerator. There’s a stainless-steel six-burner oven — and even a brick pizza oven. And this huge kitchen space opens out onto a breakfast and family room.

Upstairs, there are six bedrooms and seven bedrooms split over three levels, many with floor-to-ceiiling windows. But the real pièce de résistance of the Long Island estate can be found in the basement; a man cave to entertain even the most hedonistic hedge fund manager. With the atmosphere of a high-end country club, there’s a cosy sitting area, a nightclub-style wet bar with seating, a beer tap and access to a circular brick wine cellar.

Add to that a home cinema, poker room and a hot tub room with yet another fireplace, and you’ve got the perfect spot for relaxation. And, when you’re looking to work out, a gym leads through a cabana bath with a steam shower and spa.

The exterior architecture features a large, classic turret and steeply pitched roof — reminiscent of a French château. The main mansion stands amidst five rolling acres of meticulously manicured lawns, all leading to a circular front courtyard with fountain, an oversized four-car garage and a cooks garden.

Behind the house, you’ll find a spectacular rear entertainment complex, centred around an in-ground, heated, saltwater pool, expansive bluestone patio, mood lighting, a separate spa with fountain, an outdoor bar, and a waterfall cascading down a rocky hillside into a koi pond. There’s even room for an outdoor cinema — perfect for a rewatch of The Wolf Of Wall Street itself.

Want more DiCaprio real estate? Take a look inside the Hollywood home the actor recently bought…

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