The actor quietly offered $5 million for an off-the-market former military compound in Los Angeles’ Laurel Canyon.
The property seems to be epic.
According to public property records, the estate last changed hands in 1994, when it was purchased by artist Mark Lipscomb and attorney John Ladner.
The compound, referred to as the Lookout Mountain Laboratory, was originally built in the early 1940s according to Variety.
It was used until the late 1960s as a military studio where classified training films were made of atomic bomb tests.
Leto’s new home has more than 50,000 square feet of interior space. Did you catch that? 50,000 square feet.
There are a total of eight bedrooms.
In addition, the extravagant property also includes 12 intricately tiled bathrooms.
Several kitchens cover the space as well as over half a dozen living and dining areas.
Spiral staircases are sprinkled throughout the vast interior.
In addition, art galleries cover the walls in several hallways, giving visitors a museum-esque experience.
The white walls provide plenty of tranquil relaxation and artistic appreciation.
Outdoor living and entertaining spaces include a tiled courtyard outside the painting studio and a slender backyard with several decks.
Stone terraces support a lagoon-style swimming pool nestled into the hillside.
Oddly enough, this place seems like a perfect fit for the alternative actor-turned-singer!