Wondering what the most expensive rentals went for in 2014? So were we. That’s why we pulled a list of the steepest rental listings on the market in 2014 across the biggest cities in the US.
Read on to see the 11 most expensive rentals in every major city in 2014 and take a (free) tour of each.
11. Seattle, $15k
10. Houston, $17.5k
9. Philadelphia, $17.5k
8. Atlanta, $25K
7. Washington D.C., $35k
6. Boston, $43k
5. Chicago, $46k
4. San Francisco, $84k
3. Los Angeles, $90k
2. New York, $175k
1. Miami, $200k
And in case you were unsure, those prices are the per month rental rate.
11. Seattle – $15k
Your money gets you quite a bit at this upscale 5-bedroom waterfront rental, which includes a private dock, boathouse, tennis courts, hot tub and mountain views.
10. Houston – $17.5k
Texans aren’t shy about going big and it surely shows in this lavish 7,018 square-foot home that includes and wine room with brick barrel-vault ceiling, European-style pool and detailed wooded beam vaulted ceilings.
9. Philadelphia – $17.5k
Pegged as a sleek haven in the sky, this lofty penthouse perched atop the Ayer Building has the high price to match, but you also get 24-hour concierge and doorman service, which might just make it worth it.
8. Atlanta – $25k
With a gaming room, home theater, spa and infinity pool, what’s not to love about this swanky Atlanta rental?
7. Washington DC – $35K
This Georgetown rental is built for hobnobbing, with two huge drawing rooms, an elevator and a pool, we sure wouldn’t mind an invitation to this costly hotspot.
6. Boston – $43K
Amenities in this mansion located in the heart of Back Bay include 5 fireplaces, a 2,2000 square-foot wine cellar and what we’re guessing may be the most expensive ping pong …er… tennis table, we’ve ever seen.
5. Chicago – $46K
High above Chicago’s Gold Coast, this 4 bedroom condo is the epitome of lavish, luxury urban living.
4. San Francisco – $84K
With sweeping 360-degree views of San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz, you may never want to leave this pricey penthouse. Then again, you may not have to since it has its own landscaped terrace garden, solarium, media room and a heated swimming pool in the building.
3. Los Angeles – $90K
This Bel Air-based home consists of 11 bedrooms and boasts a 2,550-bottle wine cellar, home theater, bar, game room and his and hers steam rooms. And, as the pictures suggest, some pretty rad hot tub lights.
2. New York – $175K
Hello Madison Avenue. This penthouse triplex includes 5,000 square-feet spread over three floors and accessible by your own private elevator. To top it off, there is a landscaped, furnished outdoor terrace for your relaxing pleasure.
1. Miami – $200K
The most expensive rental for 2014 wasn’t in The Big Apple or The City By The Bay, it was in the Magic City -Miami. And this rental does look magical. The house previously served as the Kmart founder’s summer home and includes 2 pools, a gym, volleyball court, tennis court, grotto and a pagoda-style pool house and nightclub complete with its own granite bar, state of the art sound system & glass catwalk.
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