Orlando Bloom Lists Modern Beverly Hills Home for Rent at $35,000 a Month

Once again, Orlando Bloom is listing his modern Beverly Hills pad, this time as a rental for $35,000 a month, according to Mansion Global. The contemporary-style four-bedroom and four-bathroom home was listed by Eric DeAngelis of the Oppenheim Group (of Selling Sunset fame) on Wednesday as a furnished rental. Bloom previously listed the property for sale in 2019 with a price tag of just under $9 million.

The Carnival Row actor bought the 4,011-square-foot structure in 2017 for $7 million and proceeded to spend about $5 million on improvements to the property, according to the listing. Bloom renovated the kitchen and added a bar, more closet space, and a zero-edge pool that is now the primary focal point of the property. Entire walls made of sliding glass throughout the single-story home open to the large pool, which features an inset spa and a small Baja shelf. Reportedly, the pool took over a year to build, costing Bloom over $500,000. The surrounding ipe wood decking provides plenty of lounge space that seamlessly flows into the home’s interior via the disappearing glass doors and a poolside firepit is bordered by built-in wood seating.

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Inside, the sleek home is decorated with minimal finishes and furnishings, offering a nondescript all-white color scheme with a few pops of yellow. At the center of the open-plan living space, a modern take on a conversation pit is lined with low-slung sofas and centered by a modular white coffee table. In the primary suite, custom walk-in closets offer opportunities for impressively thorough clothing organization and an ensuite bathroom holds a huge soaking tub. The sliding walls of glass throughout the home not only make for an extreme degree of indoor-outdoor living but provide glimpses of city and ocean views.

Bloom and his fiancée, pop star Katy Perry, also maintain their nine-acre $14.2 million Montecito compound where they reside with their two-year-old daughter, Daisy Dove.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest

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