CELEBRITIES WHO RENT OUT THEIR HOMES
These CELEBRITIES Rented Their Houses .
SALMA HAYEK-Actress and producer Salma Hayek asked $9,750 per month for her ranch-style home in Los Angeles when she put it up for rent in July 2015. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house came fully furnished as well.
HILLARY SWANK-In July 2015, Oscar-winner Hillary Swank put her New York City apartment up for rent, asking $20,000 per month. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home sits in the hip West Village and makes an ideal pied-à-terre.
LENNY KRAVITZ-Rocker extraordinaire Lenny Kravitz put his seven-bedroom Parisian mansion up for rent in May 2015, asking $251,847 per month for the palatial, 16,000-square-foot pad.
FELICITY HUFFMAN-Former “Desperate Housewife,” Felicity Huffman and her hubby, “Shameless” star William H. Macy, rented out one of their L.A. mansions for $20,000 a month in 2014. The six-bedroom home is right to the couple’s main residence.
BROOKE SHIELDS-Model-turned-actress Brooke Shields put her Pacific Palisades home up for rent in May 2015, asking $30,000 per month for the five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom stunner.
LEONARDO DICAPRIO-A-lister and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the only celebs to offer one of his homes for rent by the night. He listed his Palm Springs estate for $4,500 a night in March 2015, even launching a dedicated rental site.
TARAJI P. HENSON-“Empire” star Taraji P. Henson put her two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home in Glendale, California up for rent in July 2015, asking $3,700 a month for the Spanish-style bungalow.
CHERYL HINES AND ROBERT F. KENNEDY JR.-The “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star and her husband, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. put their Malibu beach home up for rent in February 2015, asking $50,000 a month, just a few months after buying the property.
ORLANDO BLOOM-“Lord of the Rings” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” star Orlando Bloom put his Los Angeles home up for rent in August 2013, asking $16,500 a month for the mansion famously burglarized by the teenaged “Bling Ring.”