What happens in Vegas may come with a hefty price tag – namely, the most expensive rental in the city’s history, which hit the market on March 21. The colossal 13,400 square-foot complex, situated 100 feet above a private golf course in Henderson, Nevada, offers seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 40-foot windows with unparalleled views of the Strip, and a myriad of other luxurious amenities.
This opulent abode was built without limitations and engineered to be suspended off the cliffside, boasting a modern kitchen with double islands, an 18-car garage, a gym and basketball court, a bowling alley, movie theater, multiple wet bars with beer and soda on tap, a 50-foot-long pool, a tennis court and sports field, a two-story guest house, and a private rooftop party deck with BBQ and pizza oven – in case Shaq stops by.
Listed for an eye-watering $100K a month, this rental is located in the fully gated, millionaires-only MacDonald Highlands enclave in Henderson, Nevada. In comparison, the second most expensive home listed for rent in the Las Vegas region is a 3-bedroom, 4-bath house at 4471 Dean Martin Drive for $59K a month.
The property went up for sale in 2020 for just over $11M to a buyer in Northern California, meaning that renting this extravagant mansion for a little over nine years would be the equivalent of purchasing it.