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March 26, 2012

Rent Like Tom Cruise or Russell Crowe– for $100K a Month!

- — What do Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes and Russell Crowe have in common?

Besides star status and high-paying movie roles, all three have at some point, for at least a little while, called 918 N Alpine Dr home in Los Angeles.

The Tudor-style home was rented by Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise for $55,000 a month, and then was leased by Russell Crowe while he filmed "State of Play."

In 2001, the nearly three-acre estate was also the filming location for several scenes in the movie "Blow" starring Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz.

And for someone with a celebrity-sized housing budget, the home is available again — this time for a whopping monthly rental price of $100,000.

Available as a short or long-term lease, the Beverly Hills rental is set back from the street — perfect for privacy-seeking celebrity tenants. With almost three acres of landscaped property, 6,685 square feet of living space and three separate guest apartments, the estate also has enough room for the star with the biggest entourage of stylists, security personnel and various and sundry assistants.

The Tudor-style home was built in 1927 and has had numerous updates since. The 9-bed, 9-bath home features hardwood floors, dark-beamed high ceilings as well as a lighted outdoor tennis court and pool.

The listing is held by Jeffrey Hyland of Hilton & Hyland.

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