Want Rihanna As Your Landlord? Rent Her West Hollywood Compound for $16,500 per Month


Anyone who keeps up with Rihanna’s real estate acquisitions already knows that the many places the singer calls home are about as varied as the bold fashions she flaunts. Whether you want to get a sense of her personal taste in residences or you simply want to brag to everyone within earshot that you have quite possibly the coolest landlord on the planet, consider renting out Rihanna’s two-story West Hollywood house. The cost of those incredibly enviable bragging rights is an expectedly steep $16,500 a month.

The 1920s Spanish, modern-esque digs are comprised of 2,886 square feet surrounded by a high fence and hedges, which enables a pop star of stature (or in this case, a rather chic renter) to move about in privacy. The main house contains four bedrooms and four bathrooms while a separate guest dwelling has another bedroom, a kitchenette and one and a half bathrooms. The posh spot is also outfitted with a motorized driveway gate that will allow residents to be selective about which guests gain an invite to their celebrity-owned pad.

Additionally, the home features an open floor plan that extends through the living and dining areas as well as the kitchen, which is accentuated by stainless steel appliances and white quartz countertops. The master suite is located on the second floor where a Juliet balcony grants fabulous views of the pool, the guesthouse and its accompanying cabana lounge. Other notable accents are French doors in the living and dining rooms, guest bedrooms and master suite as well as a garden and a lengthy, spacious driveway.

h/t Variety

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