Sometimes homes featured in Hollywood films and television shows become as famous as the actors or actresses. Case in point, the “Home Alone” house in suburban Chicago, the small yellow house Jerry Maguire’s girlfriend lived in Manhattan Beach, California, and the Brady Bunch House in the San Fernando Valley. Add one more to the list; the estate featured in the Leonardo DiCaprio classic “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

The 15,000 square foot, five-acre piece of property and home is on the market, and it has every bell and whistle for any Jordan Belfort wannabes looking to live the good life. 

Ralph Bianculli is the owner, and he put his Long Island mansion up for sale with a price tag of $10 million. This would be a horse lover’s dream, as the home was custom built for Bianculli, a successful equestrian who tricked his joint out in a big way. It has 10-stall stables and an apartment attached to it.  It sits just 25 minutes from Belmont, one of the top horse tracks in the world. 

If horses aren’t your thing, don’t sweat it, you could make the place work. It has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It also has a saltwater pool and waterfalls and could accommodate huge parties of up to 300 people in the sprawling backyard. 

Here’s a quote from the owner in Robb Report. 

“Our guests are often surprised to discover that we are only 50 minutes outside of Manhattan yet privately nestled away. We love being close to the beach, shopping, and renowned restaurants, while also being within commuting distance of the city. There is so much value to be found in this gorgeous region of Long Island.”

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