How Much Would It Cost to Spend the Night in Ben Flajnik’s Bachelor Mansion?
The economy can’t be that bad if there are people out there with thousands of dollars to waste on a Bachelor house tour. In this corner, Blakeley Shea sobbed next to the luggage! Here's where Jenna Burke had a meltdown while enjoying the chilly night breeze!
But hey, if you have the money, E! says the two-story Sonoma County, CA mansion used by The Bachelor as the backdrop for Season 16 is now available for rent.
According to E!, which quotes a listing on Zillow.com, the Glen Ellen-set property has six bedrooms and 4.5 baths on 4,800 square feet of living space. It sleeps 12 comfortably (double up, ladies!) and features a baby grand piano so you can invite Ben Flajnik over to play "This Year's Love" again.
The mansion is reportedly "only" $2,100 per night, or $13,225 a week, or $35,225 a month. You don’t have to be a Bachelor fan to rent it, but it’s best to know what you’re getting into in case the ghost of Jenna’s self-esteem still haunts the place.