All around the Curbed Network, it's Renter's Week. For those of us who are renters or are attempting to be renters, we know it's a weird, wild process full of strange listings and places seriously out of our price range. Even if a $7,000/month rental sounds like insanity to you, admit it, you're curious. And so, let's take a look at the 10 priciest rentals currently in the Seattle area market, according to Zillow. And if you've got an opinion on the value, location and what you get for your money, feel free to leave a comment or send a tip to email@example.com. Let's begin:Read More
The 10 Most Expensive Rentals in Seattle
Eastside Surprise ($10K/mo.)
The address on this Eastlake spot in unlisted but wherever it is in Eastlake, the 270 degree view of Seattle's best sights and the interior and exterior design by Olson, Kundig Architects make this Seattle's most expensive rental.
Queen Anne Condo ($8K/mo.)
The industrial style steel beams, 20-foot ceilings and concrete floors are just the characteristics of two-story penthouse in Uptown area of Queen Anne.
Massive Renton Home ($7,999K/mo.)
This private estate sits on almost 2 acres and the 6,100 sq ft home features a gourmet kitchen, four bedrooms and even room for your horses.
Fancy Floating Home ($7,500K/mo.)
This end of the dock floating home features gorgeous views of Lake Union and gorgeous views of the interior marble counters and oak floors.
Shoreline Stunner ($7,500/mo.)
On 2.6 acres, the amenities here include a massive wine cellar and massive outdoor pool. Massive is pretty much the operative word.
Magnolia Garden Home ($7,500/mo.)
The 3 bedroom/ 4 bathroom Tuscan-style home provides 360 degree views of the city and is settled inside a lush garden setting. Get the best of both worlds.
Newcastle Castle ($7,000/mo.)
No one has ever live inside this 5,496 Sq Ft home. It's available to a "discriminating" tenant. I thought of you.
Cape Cod In Greenlake ($6,550K/mo.)
A Cape Cod-style home nestled in Greenlake, you've got 3,600 sq. ft and two stories of recently-remodeled space to play around in.
Downtown Penthouse ($6,000/mo.)
This Belltown penthouse condo is the second property designed by architect Jim Olsen on the list. Clearly, the guy knows how to maximize the view from his spaces.
Redmond Rambler ($6,000/mo.)
Located in a secluded area of Redmond on 10 rolling acres, you get over 5,500 square feet that include a chef's kitchen.