Attention millionaires looking to escape NYC: Here are the priciest suburban rentals

A Nassau County home topped the list with a monthly rent of $60,000

New York /
Dec.December 10, 2015 01:05 PM

Generally speaking, no amount of money can buy a private beach in New York City. The ritziest homes in counties surrounding the city, however, tend to come with a couple hundred feet of shoreline.

RentCafé, an apartment search website owned by Yardi, compiled a list of the most expensive rental homes in areas neighboring New York City. A seven-bedroom home in Nassau County, New York, topped the list with a monthly rent of $60,000. Prospective renters of the property can expect 300 feet of private beach, a movie theater and an indoor pool, according to the listing.

Homes in Westchester County largely dominated the list with three properties making the top 10. The remaining suburban homes were in Nassau County, Fairfield County, Connecticut, and Bergen and Hudson counties in North Jersey.

Here are the top 10 most expensive rentals immediately outside New York City:

1. Nassau County, N.Y., $60,000 per month

Address: 9 Ariel Court, Sands Point

Lease term: Up to two years

Special feature: 300 feet of private beach

2. Bergen County, N.J., $45,000 per month

Address: 8 Elden Drive, Saddle River

Lease term: Not specified.

For sale: $6.4 million

Special feature: Saltwater pool and wine cellar

3. Westchester County, N.Y., $40,000 per month

Address: 18 Parsonage Point Place, Rye

Lease term: Not specified

Special feature: Two private beaches

4. Fairfield County, Conn., $37,500 per month

Address: 207 Byram Shore Road, Greenwich

Lease: Not specified

For sale: $27.5 million

Special feature: Stone pier and 440 feet of shoreline

5. Fairfield County, Conn., $35,000 per month

Address: 3 Old Round Hill Lane, Greenwich

Lease term: Not specified

For sale: $8.5 million

Lease: Not specified

Special feature: Media and exercise room

6. Hudson County, N.J., $35,000 per month

Address: 83 Kingswood Road, Weehawken

Lease term: Not specified

Special feature: Overlooks Hudson River

7. Westchester County, N.Y., $35,000 per month

Address: 1 Laurelwood Court, Rye

Lease term: Not specified

Special feature: Tennis court and gardens

8. Westchester County, N.Y., $35,000

Address: Flagler Drive, Mamaroneck

Lease term: 12 to 36 months

Special feature: 350 feet of private beach

9. Nassau County, N.Y., $30,000 per month

Address: 9 Woodhill Lane, Upper Brookville

Lease term: Not specified

Special feature: Tennis court

10. Bergen County, N.J., $30,000 per month

Address: 121 Anderson Avenue, Demarest

Lease term: Not specified

Special feature: Pool and fire pit


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