MINNEAPOLIS (Hoodline) — Newsflash: the priciest listing in today’s Minneapolis rental market is going for $8,950 per month, a mind-blowing 213 percent above the median average for three-bedroom rentals in Minnesota. As absurd as it may seem, it’s not the only high-end listing in the city. But just how top-tier are the features, given these hefty prices?

We combed through local listings in Minneapolis via rental site Zumper to pinpoint the city’s most opulent listings.

Take a look at these select listings, below. (Note: prices and availability are subject to change.)

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2622 W. Lake St., #804 (Cedar-Isles-Dean)

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Right off the bat, gaze at this apartment situated at 2622 W. Lake St., #804 in Cedar-Isles-Dean. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and it takes up 2,177 square feet. Whereas the average price for a two-bedroom rental in Minneapolis is roughly $1,800/month, this place is currently priced at $8,950/month. Why so costly?

The building offers garage parking, outdoor space and secured entry. In the unit, expect a mix of hardwood floors and carpeting, high ceilings, designer appliances, a breakfast island, floor-to-ceiling windows, ceiling fans and a balcony. Pets aren’t permitted in this expansive rental.

Walk Score indicates that the area around this address is somewhat walkable, is quite bikeable and has some transit options.

(Take a look at the complete listing here.)

618 N. Washington Ave., #700 (North Loop)

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Then, here’s this condo over at 618 N. Washington Ave., #700 in North Loop. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom, and it’s a voluminous 1,992 square feet in size. Whereas the average price for a three-bedroom rental in Minneapolis is about $1,800/month, this place is currently listed at $7,500/month.

Building amenities include garage parking, a roof deck, outdoor space and secured entry. In the apartment, prospective tenants can anticipate a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows, air conditioning, hardwood flooring, a kitchen island and a terrace. Cats and dogs are not welcome in this deluxe home.

Per Walk Score ratings, this location is very walkable, is great for biking and has excellent transit.

(Take a look at the complete listing here.)

1776 Knox Ave. South (Lowry Hill)

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Then, check out this single-family home situated at 1776 Knox Ave. South in Lowry Hill. It has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Whereas the average price for a four-bedroom rental in Minneapolis is roughly $2,150/month, this rental is currently going for $5,800/month.

The house features hardwood and tile flooring, recessed lighting, both central heating and air conditioning, a breakfast island, built-in storage features, a fireplace and an expansive deck. There’s also garage parking, outdoor space and secured entry. Inhabiting this deluxe rental is a human-only thing: cats and dogs are not permitted.

According to Walk Score, this location isn’t very walkable, is very bikeable and has a few nearby public transportation options.

(Take a look at the complete listing here.)

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