Looking for an out-of-this-world rental and have a generous budget? The buyers of the Fleur de Lys mega-estate in Los Angeles aren’t ready to live there, so they are looking for a renter who can pay $400,000 a month.
The mansion at 350 Carolwood Dr. sold for a record-breaking $102 million in cash to an undisclosed buyer earlier this month. The 50,000-square-foot home – furnished with antiques – came ready to entertain up to 1,000 guests at a time.
The new rental is “a spectacular French limestone chateau built with the highest quality craftsmanship and imported materials – all with the most extraordinary taste and sophistication,” according to listing agents Kurt Rappaport and Fred Bernstein at the Westside Estate Agency.
And the home really is palatial, with 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a ballroom that holds 300 people, a cinema, tennis court, pool and gym, plus staff quarters and a nine-car garage.
Socialite Suzanne Saperstein had the home custom-built when she was married to Metro Networks’ David Saperstein, but after the two divorced, she put it on the market.
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