Five of the Most Luxurious and Expensive Rentals in the US

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These five properties are as expensive and luxurious as they get, but is it worth it?

Beverly Hills, Lease $195,000/month

The last tenant of this home purchased it for $35 million dollars in 2007. Now, it’s up for rent at a staggering $195,000 per month. For almost $200K, you get 25 acres to play on. The actual house is 30,000 square feet with balconies that overlook the city. For guests, the entertainment villa and guesthouse come in handy.

Boca Raton, $100,000/month

This Boca Raton abode is perfect for enjoying the sunny Florida weather. The dock features enough room to keep multiple watercrafts. $100K might be a steep for just .64 acres, but the location and proximity to the water justifies it.

New York City, $95,000/month

A New York legend, the Waldorf Astoria is renting out apartments for a stifling $95,000 per month. After recent renovations, the apartments feature three bedrooms and 10-foot ceilings. Hotel service makes the living easy.

Miami Beach, $75,000/month

This 7,000 square foot penthouse is anything but ordinary. A glass staircase, rooftop pool and six bedrooms make it the ultimate party place. The breathtaking views are an added bonus.

Boston, $30,000/month

Enter this Ritz-Carlton penthouse and you’ll instantly understand why it’s going for $30,000 a month in rent. Three beds, a balcony and hotel service make this as opulent and convenient as it gets.

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