Eric Clapton to lease out his Antigua Mansion for $50,000 a week


If you were planning to take property on lease in the Caribbean, you might as well move in Eric Clapton’s property. The ageing rocker has decided to lease out his 45 acre Antigua Island Estate for a sum of $50,000 a week. He had originally spent $14 million in 2000 for the “Standfast Point”. The house consists of a 10,000 square-foot complex and looks out to the islands of Guadeloupe and Montserrat.

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With a great view of the Ocean and an equally great interior decor, this house is certainly worth paying $200,000 or more a month. Eric Clapton is always known for his luxurious lifestyle and you might have heard about his Crocodile Skin Guitar Case by Hermes. He also got a shotgun made by Tullio Fabbri for $175,000. Eric is known to have amassed a huge amount of wealth thanks to a successful music career.
Via: Real Estate Channel

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