Rent This Luxury Island Home in Minnesota for $35,000 a Month!
Rent This Massive Million Dollar Home in Minnesota That Sits On An Island for $35,000 A Month
I have been sitting here trying to figure out how in the world you can rent a home for $35,000 a month. Like, seriously, what is YOUR job that you can spend $35k on rent?! And if you've got that cash (or you are just curious what a house that rents for $35k looks like), get ready for your mouth to hang open because I have the photos. Oh, did I mention that this house sits on an island and comes with its own hovercraft? Yeah, it does.
If the whole "island" and "hovercraft" didn't tease you enough, this house also has an indoor racquetball court, one of the most amazing theater rooms ever, and you can also control most of this house with an iPad.
Breathtaking Home on an Island in Minnesota Comes with a Hovercraft
Check Out The Full Rental LIsting for 1 Bald Eagle Island in St. Paul, Minnesota
Amazing home, right?! The entire 1985 home was rebuilt and now includes so many luxuries, it seems more like a dream than a home that actually exists. And, if you can handle the $35,000 a month rental, it can be yours. You can see the full rental listing by Landucci Homes here.
Back in June of 2022, the home was also listed for $6.6 million. I did notice that it is still for sale too and is now at a steal of a price for $5,990,000. You can see the full listing for One Bald Eagle Island on Zillow.com by Nathan Landucci of Landucci Homes.
My First Dream Home in Minnesota Had an Ice Rink, Brewery, and a Minnesota Twins Connection
Do I want to live here? Yes, desperately. This isn't the first dream house I've spotted in Minnesota though. A few years ago, a home that checked off all the boxes for me went on the market. It was farmhouse fabulous also! Oh, and a Minnesota Twins player used to live there. You can see some photos below to see how amazingly awesome, and Minnesotan, this house truly was. I mean, it had an ice rink AND a brewery!
Besides not being to afford it, the location was a bit outside of my available commuting distance because it was in Lakeville. Shhh....Don't tell the bosses but I was willing to relocate and/or "find another opportunity" if it meant I could live in this dream.