The Most Expensive Homes to Rent in Every State In The U.S.A

According to “HotPads” recent rent report, the average rent in America is $1,530. However, there are condos, penthouses, mansions, summer homes that are way too expensive to the extent that you'd need a massive chunk of luck to get a monthly hire charge of $1,530 for one of these properties. Here is a list of some of the most expensive and rentals offer presently available on the market in each U.S states -Washington D.C included. That’s not all; we also added some exciting, scary, and accurate facts about real estate from all over the world. You’d enjoy every bit of this article. Get ready for an adventure of high-priced rental fee of these properties!


  • Monthly Hire Charge: $4,850
  • Residence: Fairhope
  • Dimension: 4,119 square feet
  • Number of Beds and Bathrooms: 5 beds, 4.5 baths
  • Acres: 6
  • Unique Elements: A 1993 plantation-style structure situated in Point Clear Polo Club plus a gas fireplace found in the master bedroom.

Fun Fact: At Sturdivant Hall in Selma, Alabama, people have recounted perceiving the sound of windows and doors being opened and shut. Sturdivant Hall, situated in Selma, Alabama, is also known as the Watts-Parkman-Gillman Home. It is a historic Greek Revival mansion, and it has been made into a house museum.

Thomas Helm Lee designed the house for Colonel Edward T.Watts, and it was completed in 1856. As a result of its architectural importance, it was admitted to the National Register of Historic Places on January 18, 1973. When the Watts family moved to Texas, the house was sold to John McGee Parkman, a local banker on February 12, 1864, for $65,000. The house is associated with at least one ghost folklore.

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