You’ve probably seen “The Bachelor” on TV but have you ever wondered what it’d be like to live in the house, without TV cameras? Now you can literally live like a bachelor/bachelorette – the home in Los Angeles is for rent for $35,255 per month.
The expansive 4,800-square-foot home that has been featured numerous times on ABC’s “The Bachelor” is currently available for rent, on a nightly, weekly or monthly basis. Located in Sonoma County’s Glen Ellen, the home, which is called Vineyard Knoll, features six bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a large kitchen, a pool, hot tub, a library and gorgeous views of the surrounding vineyards and valley. The ranch-style estate sleeps 12 comfortably and also has a guesthouse and a large central courtyard.
“The Bachelor” producers selected the home for the show after viewing several properties, but since current Bachelor, Ben Flajnik, is from Sonoma they wanted to do a show there. According to reports, the show producers chose Vineyard Knoll because “it had the amenities they needed: Several bedrooms, views of the winery, and, of course, a fabulous pool and spa.”
If you just want to stay the night, it’ll cost you $2,100, but if you’re looking for a weeklong retreat, you’ll have to dish up $13,255. For those really excited about the opportunity to stay in the home, monthly rentals cost $35,255. Reports indicate that the home is still available on Valentine’s Day, for those interested.
Source: Just Luxe