Wolf of Wall Street’s Long Island lair
asking $3.4M

Onetime home of Jordan Belfort is on the market

TRD New York /
Mar.March 31, 2017 08:40 AM

5 Pin Oak Court in Glen Head, Long Island and Jordan Belfort (Credit: Getty Images)

The onetime home of “Wolf of Wall Street” Jordan Belfort is on the market.

The mansion, at 5 Pin Oak Court in Glen Head, Long Island, is asking $3.4 million. In the Martin Scorsese film, the house is where Belfort — played by Leonardo DiCaprio — was shown landing a helicopter in a haze of drugs and alcohol.

At 8,706 square feet, the lair has five bedrooms, a two-story foyer and a “ballroom sized” living room, according to the New York Post.

The federal government seized the house and sold it in 2001 to help pay back the $110 million Belfort owed his fraud victims.

Belfort, now a motivational speaker, lives in a 4,000-square-foot oceanfront home in Hermosa Beach, Calif.

Alan Wilzig, the real-life inspiration for another minor character in the movie, was trying to sell his townhouse at 7 Hubert Street in Tribeca until recently. Last year, he cut the original asking price of $43.5 million to $24.9 million but then took the manse off the market. [NYP] — E.B. Solomont


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