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    Miami’s 8 most expensive rentals

    Villa Contenta on Palm Island

    While Miami remains the country’s ninth most expensive city to rent in in terms of median one-bedroom rentals ($1800 a month), we thought it’d be an eye-opening exercise to take a closer look at the most expensive homes for rent on the market.

    These listings are asking as much as $150,000 a month, an incomprehensible figure for the typical tenant. Three homes in Miami-Dade County are asking $90,000 or more and a vast majority of listings on this map feature a Miami Beach address.

    This article reveals Miami’s eight most expensive rentals, in order from most to least, according to Zillow.

    Note: Omitting a 870-square-foot Hialeah townhome that’s asking $160,000 a month because it must be a mistake (hopefully).

    1) Casa La Bonita

    $150,000

    Tied for Miami’s most expensive rental is a 14,268-square-footer oozing with gold. Dubbed Casa La Bonita (the pretty house), the mammoth estate offers a movie theater, an elevator, and Biscayne Bay views.


    2) Villa Contenta

    $150,000

    Our second six-figure listing is this 9,893-square-foot mansion on Palm Island. Villa Contenta offers a volleyball court, private dock, heated pool, rooftop jacuzzi, home theater, and more.

    3) 1500 Ocean Drive penthouse

    $90,000

    This 8,400-square-foot penthouse in South Beach was featured on Curbed Miami a few weeks ago when it listed for $19.5 million. It’s also listed for rent, and boasts 270-degree views of the ocean and beach.

    4) 436 West Rivo Alto Drive

    $90,000

    Measuring nearly 10,000 square feet is this Mediterranean bayfront mansion on the Venetian Islands, offering six bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, and over 200 feet of water frontage.

    5) 2111 Lake Avenue

    $85,000

    This 7,500-square-foot modern home in the Sunset Islands features floor-to-ceiling telescopic sliding doors, a rooftop terrace overlooking the ocean, and a two-bedroom guest house.

    6) 400 S Mashta Dr

    $75,000

    The “Miami Vice” home originally hit the market asking $39 million but has since been reduced to $34 million. This rental includes nearly 500 feet of water frontage in Key Biscayne.

    7) 25 East Rivo Alto Drive

    $65,000

    Our second of two rentals on the Venetian Islands, this 7,347-square-foot residence overlooking the bay includes two kitchens, a koi pond, a rooftop deck, a wood burning pizza oven, and a heated pool.

    8) 4340 North Bay Rd

    $65,000

    This bayfront home near Mount Sinai Medical Center features 100 feet of water frontage, smart home automation, a home theater, and a library.

    Source : Curbed Miami

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