The former estate of William Randolph Hearst is once again available for rent—and you could be the lucky tenant! That is, if your budget just so happens to be in the $600,000-a-month range.
The estate, which is officially called Beverly House (you know you're rich when your house has a name), has quite an impressive Hollywood history.
In addition to once being owned by publishing mogul, William Randolph Hearst, the home was used in films like The Godfather (the famous horse-head scene) and The Bodyguard and also served as the honeymoon spot for John and Jacqueline Kennedy in 1953.
The home sits atop a hill above the Beverly Hills Hotel and with over 50,000 square feet encompassing 27 bedrooms, a night club, cinema and two tennis courts, it definitely gives the swanky resort a run for its money.
Outside, there is a 75-foot-long pool and a terrace that can host 400 sit-down guests! They will, however, have to draw straws over the two guest houses and apartment that are also on the property.
While $600,000 a month might sound a little (OK, a lot) steep, the property was once listed for sale at $165 million (which, we're sure they'd still be willing to consider if any of you out there want to make any offers).
Having a huge home is one thing, but would you ever want to live in a house this large? Sound off in the comments below...