The average price of available rentals in Nassau County just bumped up — an eight-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot home on 5.43 acres in Brookville recently joined the rental market at $42,500 a month.
The list of amenities reads like an episode of “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” To wit, 7 fireplaces (some wood burning, some gas), 15 bathrooms (11 full baths, 4 half), solid mahogany doors, Brazilian cherry floors, an elevator, an outdoor kitchen, three fire pits, two waterfalls, state-of-the-art smart technology and radiant-heated floors, to name a few.
“This is living like you’ve never seen before,” says listing agent Deborah Paley of Laffey Fine Homes. “It’s a one-of-a-kind French château masterpiece.”
The furniture is included in the rent, which is higher than the month-to-month rents currently listed on the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island website.
When asked who the target market is for this rental, Paley says, “perhaps a professional athlete or a family who’s building another home and waiting for it to be completed. Possibly a celebrity.”
The property is also available for purchase for $9,995,000.
It was on the market at a higher price for about 18 months. The terms of the rental are a three-month security deposit, one month rent and the commission is to be paid by tenant.