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By Melissa Allison

You may never appear in a Leonardo DiCaprio period film, but for a price, you can rent his “Mad Men”-era compound in Palm Springs, California.

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The price is $4,500 a night, as first reported by Curbed L.A.

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DiCaprio has been kicking back on the 1.3-acre estate since buying it last year for $5.2 million, but wants to lease it out by the night while filming “The Revenant,” his first big job since 2013’s “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

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The 7,022-square-foot main house was built in 1965 for Dinah Shore and is more expansive than most mid-century modern homes, with six bedrooms, seven baths and multiple fireplaces. The grounds feature a guest house, pool and tennis court.

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Much of architect Donald Wexler’s original work has been restored. Mid-century modern restorations are all the rage in Palm Springs, where one developer is even reviving Joseph Eichler homes using archived plans from the iconic builder, who died in 1974.

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DiCaprio’s spread is in Palm Springs’ coveted Old Las Palmas neighborhood, where Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor and Dean Martin used to hang out.

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This article was originally published Mar. 9, 2015 at 10:15 a.m. ET.