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Take a tour of the Winklevoss' stunning $150,000-a-month LA mansion

The place is now up for rent.

TYLER AND CAMERON Winklevoss have put their stunningly contemporary Los Angeles home up for rent, charging tenants a whopping $150,000 a month, Variety reports.

The twins purchased the 8,000-square-foot home for $18 million in 2012. It was rumoured that they would use the home to run operations for Winklevoss Capital, their venture capital firm.

The house has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, and there’s a swanky infinity pool with amazing views of the city. There’s also a subterranean garage that can accommodate up to six cars.

Take a look…


The glass-walled home is located in the Bird Streets, a part of Los Angeles above the Sunset Strip that’s known for its celebrity residents and pricey real estate.


The house will be rented furnished, so the tenant will have all of these luxurious couches to lounge on.

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The living room has an enormous glass panel that opens onto a terrace.


Out on the patio, two large couches are ready for hosting guests.


The terrace is huge.


On the other side, there’s an infinity pool with lounge chairs set up along the edge.


There are stunning views of the Hollywood Hills and beyond.


The master bedroom ain’t bad.


An inner courtyard leads from one side of the house to the other.


We’d like to eat breakfast here.


And dinner here.


There are several different places to relax throughout the home. In what could be a nod to the inspiration for the interior design, a “James Bond” movie plays on a big screen in this room.


Note the bar.


An office for when there is work to be done.


So sweet.


Why don’t we live here, again?

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