Memorial Day is just a little more than two weeks away. By this time in the spring season, most people have secured their rentals and plans for the summer. Though, some haven’t.
And of course, some of the most expensive properties are still available. Hopefully those who haven’t nailed down their rental have a bit of money to spend. At this point, it’s slim pickings for affordable rentals, and the high-end rentals will cost more than one could spend on a home.
Let’s look at the most expensive ones that are still available.
This Meadow Lane home was featured on Curbed last month for being the most expensive rental available in the Hamptons. And it still is. For the whole season, the 18,000-square-foot home will cost $2.25 million. For just July, it’s still $1 million, and for August to Labor Day, it’s $1.5 million.
The home has nine bedrooms, 12.5 bathrooms, a heated pool, and tennis court, all on eight acres.
At $1.2 million, this Sagaponack home comes in second to the previous Meadow Lane estate. For July to Labor Day, the home will be $1 million. For August to Labor Day, the home goes down to $625,000, and for just July it will cost $545,000. It’s also available for a short term rental at $300,000.
The home has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and stands at 10,000-square-feet on 2.7 acres. It’s oceanfront, as one would hope in a rental of this cost. There’s also a pool and large patio outside, according to the listing.
The East Hampton home at 67 Hither Lane is one of the few homes that are actually less expensive to rent for August to Labor Day than it is for July. The home isn’t available to rent for the whole season, but for July it will cost $1,105,000. And for August to Labor Day, that price goes down to $135,000.
The home has five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, and features a two-car heated and air conditioned garage, 12-foot ceilings throughout, an eat-in gourmet kitchen, and a heated pool outside.
This Bridgehampton home is available for the entire season for $1 million. To rent it out for just July will cost $600,000, and it will be the same cost to do August to Labor Day. The home has a whopping 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms on almost 12 acres of land. Is 12 a lucky number here?
There’s 26,500-square-feet of living space. The home features a library, theatre, bowling alley, indoor spa, gym, and basketball court. Outside, there’s a tennis court, heated pool, and a pool house.
The home at 1145 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack is available to rent for the whole season at $975,000—making it the only home here that’s less than $1 million to rent. For just July, that goes down to $350,000, and for August to Labor Day it’ll be $450,000.
The home has 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms in 6,000-square-feet of living space on eight acres of land. It’s oceanfront and has 300 feet of beach frontage. There are views over Sagg Pond, and there’s also a private pond on the property.