Whether it’s houses, apartments, or townhomes, the stars of Shahs of Sunset boast overly-lavish pads, and Mike’s is no different. The 41-year-old entrepreneur has recently put his super-stylized Hollywood Hills home up for rent, and unsurprisingly, he’s asking a pretty penny for it.
As stated in Variety, the reality star is listing his Los Angeles spot for a whopping $10,000 a month. The two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,705 square-foot home is located in the ever-popular foothills just above Hollywood. Mike reportedly purchased the home two-and-a-half years ago at its full asking price of just under $1.1 million without ever even having stepped foot into the home. Lucky for Mike, multiple real estate sites estimate the home is now worth $1.34 million.
And while Mike and his costar and friend Reza are currently embroiled in a bitter feud, Reza not only turned him onto the home initially, but he also re-designed and decorated the swanky bachelor pad. Whoever ultimately decides to rent the home will enjoy the property’s chic black and white color palette, mid-century modern touches, and overall Palm Springs vibe.
Wish you could see inside Mike’s home yourself? You can, thanks to the home’s gorgeous listing photos from Realtor.com!
Upon walking into the home, visitors’ eyes are almost immediately drawn to the main living room’s stunning white, sparkling floors and asymmetrically aligned fireplace adorned with black marble. The open area is also sprinkled with furniture pieces of varying textures, like luxurious velvet and smooth leather.
Mike’s home also boasts an open-concept kitchen with clean lines, sparkling countertops, and recessed lighting.
And would any bachelor pad be complete without a pool table? But unlike the kinds you’d see at your local dive bar, this reality star’s features a unique, sleek black and white color scheme. And just next to the pool table is, of course, a chic home bar.
The Hollywood Hills home has two bathrooms, both following a black and white color palette. This guest bathroom features modern hardware and vertical black and white striped tiles.
The master bedroom boasts an ample amount of space, a walk-in closet, and direct access to the backyard. And like the rest of the house, it maintains a mid-century modern style.
Finally, whoever rents this not-so-humble abode will enjoy a cozy backyard that’s great for entertaining. The backyard comes complete with a faux-grass nook and a clean, cemented area that can fit multiple tables or other outdoor furniture. The backyard also boasts a fire pit, sports court, and freestanding molded plastic hot tub large enough for 10 people.
The renter will have the option of choosing to rent the home fully furnished or unfurnished on a short or long-term basis. And surprisingly, the property is listed with Ocean’s Equity broker David Shaker, not Reza. Hopefully, the two on-again, off-again buddies are on good terms these days.