If you haven't seen The Wolf of Wall Street, you should reaaaallly hop on that. It's as hysterical as it is riveting, I promise. Not to mention, it's pretty awesome to take an inside look at just how corrupt Wall Street "used" to be.
If you have seen the movie, then you've gotta remember the scene where Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, lands the helicopter in the yard of his gorgeous mansion at 3 AM. Here's a refresher in case you need it:
The best part of that scene is the sheer force at which the helicopter lands and it STILL wasn't enough for Jordan to remember. Seriously, the amount of booze and drugs that man ingested, it's any wonder how he was able to scam people for as long as he did. I don't know about you, but I doubt I could carry on a conversation under the influence of all those toxics, let alone f-ck people of out millions and millions....and millions of dollars.
You don't get to see all of it, simply because it's so f'in big, but that house is what dreams are made of. In common vernacular, I believe we'd call it #mansiongoals.
Anyway, the house, THAT house, was depicted after is now on the market. According to Page Six:
"The real house is 8,706 square feet with five bedrooms, a two-story foyer and a “ballroom sized” living room. It was sold off by the feds in 2001 to pay back part of the $110 million Belfort owed to his fraud victims."
Those damn feds, always ruining all the fun. I realize Belfort was a real POS, but there were definitely parts of that movie, and consequently his actual life, where I was rooting for him. Call me crazy, but sometimes the bad guy is just more appealing, ya know?
It's now being sold for 3.4 million, if any of you gents happen to have that laying around. Have at it! It'd be one helluva an icebreaker when entertaining guests.