Suitable for Bachelor and Bachelorette superfans, or anyone who is looking to rent a California home for nearly $6,000 a night, the Bachelor mansion boasts seven bedrooms and eight and a half baths, according to the Airbnb listing, and can fit 13 guests.
The Villa de la Vina, as it’s officially referred to, or “The Mansion,” also features 10 acres of property, two jacuzzis, “hand-crafted furniture,” and a pool table - as well as access to what is described as “one of the most famous pools in the world”.
According to the listing, canyon, mountain and vineyard views are also part of what makes the home, located in Agoura Hills within the Santa Monica Mountains of Malibu, the “ideal place for your next getaway”.
Prospective guests are warned, however, that parties at the villa are not allowed under any circumstances, nor is filming, professional photography or gatherings.
“If this rule is not followed you will be shut down immediately and the police will be called for trespassing,” the home’s owner warns.
Interestingly, while the home is most recognisable as the temporary residence of Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants, most of the time it is lived in by a full-time family of six who vacate twice a year for filming.
“When [the crew] comes, we move out for 42 days,” owner Marshall Haraden previously told Today. “Everything we own leaves the property and goes into storage."
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