Leonardo DiCaprio Auctions Off Night at His Home During Cannes Gala

A stay at DiCaprio's Palm Springs estate went for 150,000 euros.

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Want a look inside one of Leonardo DiCaprio‘s homes?

During amfAR’s 23rd annual Cinema Agaisnt AIDS event at the Cannes Film Festival, the Oscar winner auctioned off a one-week stay at his Palm Springs estate, Deadline reports.

The trip can accommodate up to 12 guests so long as all of them abide by “house rules.” The group is welcome at the home from January 16, 2017 at 3 p.m. until January 23rd at 10 a.m.

According to Deadline, the prize was auctioned for 150,000 euros.

While guests will get to enjoy a week living in the lap of luxury, they won’t get to spend any quality time with the actor as he reportedly made it clear that he will not be present during the stay.

DiCaprio’s mother, Irmelin Indenbirken also stepped out to accompany her son to the star-studded gala and support him as she offered up the lavish prize.

Despite seeming like an extravagant thing to auction, it’s not a far cry from the Revenant star’s past contributions.

According to Variety, last year DiCaprio, 41, auctioned off a night out on a yacht with him that included dinner.

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