With The Bachelor and The Bachelorette fever sweeping the nation we thought we’d take a look at some of the most luxurious rentals currently on the market.
The first season of The Bachelor Australia was filmed in the incredible French inspired ‘Le Joie de Vivre’ Bayview mansion, where producers shelled out $250,000 in location rental.
For the past two years of filming The Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants were housed at the mansion ‘Clifton’ in the beachside Sydney suburb of Hunters Hill, which was reportedly rented for a staggering $25,000 a week.
It is unknown what the new Bachelorette digs in the more remote setting of Glenorie, NSW are costing Network Ten, but the property is said to be worth $3.8 million, so it must cost a pretty penny to rent.
With lavish Australian properties front and centre on the at times controversial dating show, we’ve scouted the best locations currently available to make into your own private bachie pad.
Just imagine what you could achieve by adding lanterns, candles, soft furnishings, truck loads of fresh flowers and fairy lights to these amazing dwellings. You could make your own Bachelor style fantasy date dreams come true or host a swish (hopefully drama free) cocktail party.
So strap yourselves in for the most stunning architecture, glamorous interiors, luscious green gardens, shimmering pools and world class vistas that (according to The Bachelor) are prerequisites for creating the perfect setting for romancing your Mr Right (or Mr Right now!).
Just envisage the awesome pool parties, cocktail hours with friends and enchanting romantic evenings you could plan à la The Bachelor. So, have you fallen for any of these magnificent homes yet?
For more enviable Australian real estate check out these trophy homes of Australia’s 10 richest suburbs.
Happy house hunting!