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Inside the House of The Real Wolf of Wall Street

You could live like Jordan Belfort.
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In The Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort, as portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio, lands a helicopter in a drug-and-alcohol-fueled haze in the backyard of his Long Island mansion.

That same house is on the market for $3.4 million—and it's eye-popping. The 8,706-square-foot home on two acres in Old Brookville includes five bedrooms, a two-story foyer, a Clive Christian-designed kitchen, and a "ballroom-sized living room," according to the listing. The house was seized by the federal government and sold in 2001 to pay back some of the $110 million Belfort owed to his fraud victims.

Scroll down for a look inside.

The house is located in Old Brookville, on the North Shore of Long Island.


The area, also known as the Gold Coast, was the inspiration for East and West Egg in The Great Gatsby.

The impressive foyer is two stories.


The living room is "ballroom-sized."


The billiards room has a coffered ceiling and a walk-in wet bar.


The kitchen has a six-burner Viking range, a double-oven, and two dishwashers.


Upstairs, there are five bedrooms.


The master suite has its own wing and includes a fireplace.


The dressing room includes a marble-topped center island and a tray ceiling with a sky mural.


One of the other four bedrooms features navy and white wallpaper.


The gym is well-outfitted.


Outside, there's a large in-ground pool and a separate pool house.


The house sits on two acres.


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