You Could Rent Sandra Bullock's Beach House for Your Next Vacation
Sandra Bullock wants you to sleep over at her house. Sure, she won’t be there, but she’s still inviting you to snuggle up in her bed and spend a few days relaxing by her pool.
The 2010 Oscar winner listed her 3,400-square-foot, plantation-style home on Tybee Island in Georgia with Tybee Vacation Rentals.
According to the home’s listing, it comes complete with four bedrooms, two and a half baths, and can comfortably sleep up to 12 people. And really, if you bring that large of a group, the home could be considered a bargain as it’s currently renting for $1,400 a night with a four-night minimum stay.
As the description for the rental describes, “Elbaroda Hideaway is a spacious and well-appointed home and a magnificent private oasis located on the secluded North end of the island. This home is situated on one of the largest single beachfront lots on Tybee replete with beautifully landscaped and lush grounds, large swimming pool and private North beach access.”
It additionally notes that the home has the perfect spot for dolphin watching from the large furnished porches. Or, you could spend your time relaxing in one of its hammocks, by the pool, or even meditating in the home’s the bamboo garden.
To keep everyone entertained, the house also comes with a spacious kitchen that opens into an equally large dining area. The ground floor also comes with a fully stocked game room with ping pong and air hockey, and an additional sitting area ready for “entertaining with music, games, books, beach toys, extra refrigerator, and much more.” And, if you are someone who likes to work out while on vacation, there is also a full fitness room for guests' use with an elliptical machine, free weights, and a treadmill.
According to Variety, Bullock purchased the property in 2001 for $1.5 million. Though, she may be renting it out because she spends so little time there. And really, that’s no surprise considering she reportedly owns two homes in Los Angeles, a mansion in New Orleans, a townhome in New York City, and at least six different homes in and around Austin, Texas.