5 of the most expensive houses for rent in America

Believe it or not, only one is in NYC

TRD New York /
Aug.August 22, 2015 05:00 PM

With real estate’s rental market on fire and companies like Luxury Retreats (Airbnb for mansions) cropping up, billionaires on the hunt for a summer or vacation rental are spoiled for choice.

For a glimpse at the luxury rentals at the top of the market, RentCafe.com has curated a list of the most expensive rental homes across the US. Properties range from the presidential suite of an iconic hotel to a beachfront mansion in Malibu, California.

Keep scrolling to see what up to $750,000 per month gets you at some of America’s most exclusive rental mansions.

5. 15 Arlington, Unit PS, Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts ($75,000 per month)

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This 1,543-square-foot presidential suite is located inside the iconic Taj hotel. The suite includes one bedroom, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, a living/dining room, and 24-hour room service. Views span the public garden and the Commonwealth Avenue Mall.

4. 247 Willoughby Way, Aspen, Colorado ($75,000 per month)

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At almost 10,000 square feet, this property was made for entertaining. The home comes with an oversize hot tub, billiards room, home theater, a wet bar, and a wine room. There’s also a dining room that seats 10 and a breakfast area that seats six.

Spacious living areas and multiple fireplaces make this mountain home the perfect place to cozy up with friends and family.

3. 5446 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, Florida ($300,000 per month)

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This 12,957-square-foot beach house spans 186 feet along Biscayne Bay and boasts views of Miami’s skyline. During the day, take a swim in the heated pool with spa, or walk through the English garden. At night, grill in the cabana and dine on the rooftop deck.

And for those with boats, the property has its own dock and dock pedestal.

2. 2 East 61st St., #39 FL, New York, New York ($500,000 per month)

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This 4,786-square-foot apartment stretches across the 39th floor of Manhattan’s $100 million-renovated Pierre Hotel. According to the listing, renters have access to the Taj Royal Attaché butler service, 24/7 concierge, pet pampering, and the hotel’s chauffeur-driven Jaguar.

Notable features of the six-bedroom apartment include a private elevator, Murano glass chandeliers, curated artwork, and views of Central Park.

1. Undisclosed address, Malibu, California ($750,000 per month)

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Described as “one of the most remarkable estates in the world,” the listing for this six-plus acre property doesn’t reveal its address. What is known is that the 22,000-square-foot mansion features a professional screening room, world-class gym, and 168-foot-long infinity pool, among other incredible amenities.

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