Rent Rihanna’s L.A. Palace for $65K a Month


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Rihanna’s on the move and for once we’re not talking about her love life. After shelling out $12 million for a mansion in L.A. a little over a year ago, Rihanna is headed to the East Coast and has put her California property on the rental market. The Pacific Palisades estate, available for $65,000 a month, is situated at the end of a private drive and has seven bedrooms, nine baths, and over 9,500 square feet of living space.

The home, built in 2012, also offers several high-end features including media and game rooms and “smart home” technology as well as extra large living spaces with 14-foot ceilings. Outdoor amenities include an infinity pool and spa and a sun deck complete with a fire pit and barbeque. While living in the L.A. home, Rihanna was the victim of several break-ins, the most recent occurring just last month.

Currently, the Barbadian singer is crashing at a 4,600 square-foot, two-story penthouse located in a neighborhood in lower Manhattan between Soho and Chinatown. The condo, which rents for $39,000 a month, comes with a private elevator and doorman, custom concrete flooring, elaborate windows, a beautiful master suite, a 2,400 square-foot deck, and amazing views of the Empire State Building. Should Rihanna want to make her stay in the Big Apple permanent, she can – the home is on the market for a cool $14.6 million.

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Tiana Berwanger
Tiana Berwanger moderator

"I'll have to pass. There's only 9 bathrooms, and I need at least 10 to even consider renting" said NO ONE ever.