You Can Officially Rent the Bachelor Mansion - But It Ain't Cheap

"Will you accept this rose?"

Ah yes, the most famous words uttered in the "Bachelor Mansion" also known as Villa de la Vina - which you can now officially rent!

That's right, you can officially rent the Bachelor Mansion on Airbnb - but it ain't cheap...

For a whopping $7,417 per night ($5,999 standard rate plus a $500 cleaning fee AND $918 service fee) you can stay in the iconic house.

The decadent 200-year-old Mediterranean-style home is located in the Santa Monica Mountains of Malibu.

Complete with 20,000 square feet of outside space, the famous one-of-a-kind pool and archways with stunning canyon, mountain and vineyard views.

The Mansion boasts seven bedrooms and eight baths so you'll have plenty of space for you and your guests.

However, before you get excited about hosting a party or photoshoot in the mansion - sorry for being the bearer of bad news - but the rules state that "absolutely no parties, 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."

If the walls of this home could speak - just imagine the stories they would tell...

Check out the full listing here.

Image credit: Villa de la Vina / @victoriagoldphotography /

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