Peek Inside the Most Expensive Rental Property in America

How much is too much to pay for a month of luxury living? That's the question being asked since this modern masterpiece of a Malibu, CA, estate was put up for rent at $750,000 a month. Yes, you read that correctly; that's three-quarters of a million dollars for a mere 30 days — substantially more per month than New York City's most expensive rental, a $500,000 a month suite in The Pierre hotel.

The 22,000-square-foot estate — which Architectural Digest compared to a cinematic blockbuster — was built by real-estate tycoon Kurt Rappaport and designed by Scott Mitchell and epitomizes modern elegance. Perched atop a bluff overlooking the Pacific, it boasts seven bedrooms, 10 baths, a screening room, gym, and game room. Its breathtaking 168-foot-long infinity pool has the title of the longest residential swimming pool in California. Even the artwork hung in the home, a mix of contemporary works from elite artists like Damien Hirst and Ed Ruscha, is extraordinary.

Check out all the details in the images ahead, and visit Architectural Digest for the full story of this behemoth piece of real estate.

White oak panels line the floor and ceiling, contrasting dramatically off the antique granite pavers.

The 168-foot-long infinity pool is set in black granite tile and designed to match the house in breadth and linearity.

The home is filled with priceless masterpieces from artists, including Richard Prince, Sterling Ruby, and KAWS.

The home's sleek, linear design blends seamlessly into its six-acre, resort-like landscape.

Rappaport worked with interior designer Denise Kuriger to fill the home with clean-lined pieces, such as this parchment-and-walnut waterfall-edge desk in the study.

This well-equipped bathroom is like something from an upscale spa instead of a private home.

Freestanding concrete pillars along the driveway transition visitors from the landscape of the Pacific Coast Highway to the dramatic modern home.

The master bedroom faces floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over the Pacific.

The kitchen and dining area are nestled around views of the Pacific.

Sumptuous recliners and a soaking tub add to the luxurious feel of the master bath.

A wing of bedrooms was added for Rappaport's children.

There's plenty of room for recreation and entertaining, including a screening room, game room, and billiard table.

Floor-to-ceiling glass walls allow for unprecedented views of the Pacific.