Paris Hilton's old Los Angeles pad open to rent

Anthony Stewart Head, Paris Hilton and Bill Moseley at the Scream Awards, Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Are you looking for an apartment? Paris Hilton's old Los Angeles home is open to rent: $20, 000 a month.

Paris Hilton's L.A. pad, Photo from

The 3,000 square foot house features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, hot tub, a pool, waterfall and hotel-style cabanas, separate guest quarters and an office.

And now maybe you.

It is said to include some of Hilton's own decor: Fendi pillows, the abode with pictures of herself, and a stripper pole. It's unclear if the current owners redecored it.

Paris Hilton and Cy Waits shopping, Photo from

Currently, Hilton, who is dating Cy Waits the nightclub owner, lives in a 7,000 square foot Beverly Hills mansion.

However, you won't find her there right now.

"Just had dinner at The Pirates of the Caribbean Restaurant and now watching the amazing firework show. I love Disneyland! So much fun!" tweeted Hilton.

Blue Bayou, Photo from

Last weekend, the New York socialite caused controversy at the Coachella music festival when she tried to skip the queue at the on-site carnival, reports Bang Showbiz News.

"Although Paris, who was with her sister Nicky, bypassed the line of fellow partygoers, she was left red faced when the security guards ordered her to the back of the line and made a quick exit."

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