Montclair Home: $6,000 Per Night For Super Bowl 2014

BY  |  Monday, Nov 04, 2013 3:00pm  |  COMMENTS (8)

house-outsideRent out your home and make bank with the Super Bowl? Some Montclair homeowners are looking to cash in — take a look at 90 Porter Place:

We are located in the “Estate section” of Montclair. We are 12 miles from Met Life Stadium. The home is a 100+ year old Victorian. Montclair is considered one of the most prestigious towns in New Jersey and is only 18 miles from NYC. With a huge amount of restaurants, 2 ice rinks, and a direct link into Penn Station in Manhattan we feel we have everything a renter could want.

We have internet throughout the home, flat screen TVs, Gas fireplace in L/R and Kitchen, Wood burning in D/R. Steam shower in Master Bath and jacuzzi in the spa

We require a 5 day minimum.

This 6-bedroom on Walnut Street is asking $6500 a night and will offer nannies and food shopping on request (correct spelling appears optional).

So is anyone getting any bites?

“We feel it’s a little early for bookings, however our clients have informed us that they are starting to receive inquiries and leads about their properties,” says Bill Ryan of Super Bowl Rentalz. As for the highest prices, Ryan says this waterfront condo ($10,000 a night) and this manor in Saddle River ($35,000 a week) “take the cake.”

This Montclair home, listed on HomeAway.com, is a steal by comparison at $500-$100 a night. These AirBnB listings in Montclair haven’t gotten the Super Bowl mark up — yet.

Are you ready to rent your space?

8 Comments

  1. POSTED BY Conan  |  November 04, 2013 @ 4:30 pm

    Ad I just posted in The Boston Phoenix:

    “Just in case the Pats get into the Supah Bowl this year — and of course they will — I have a nice 3-bedroom house just a mile down the road from those rich bastids who posted above. It is in not-so fashionable Bloomfield, NJ, about six miles from the Stadium. Two of the bedrooms are smaller than lobstah traps, but the other one is big enough for two or three sleeping bags. Hi-Def cable and Wi-Fi of course, separate fridge in garage loaded with Sam Adams and Narrangansett beer (please leave $2 bucks per in the bucket next to the fridge). Plenty of on-street parking, and lots of bars and sub shops in the neighborhood. 3-night weekend minimum, $500 per night. Those doofusses in Uppah Montclair pay like $30K a year in property taxes, which is why they are gouging you. Call Conan at 555-5667-9876.”

  2. POSTED BY bababouie  |  November 04, 2013 @ 6:25 pm

    Hopefully if you are dumb enough to rent a house you have enough of a clue to know that you will need transportation to and from the game. You cannot drive, park and tailgate at a Super Bowl like its a regular season game. And that was before last April in Boston happened.

  3. POSTED BY bababouie  |  November 04, 2013 @ 6:27 pm

    Now if NJ Transit actually will have trains running frequently to Secaucus from all lines (Montclair included) that will be the way to go.

  4. POSTED BY caphilly  |  November 04, 2013 @ 6:44 pm

    And how much to clean up after the partying all week in the house? :-)

  5. POSTED BY frobnitz  |  November 04, 2013 @ 10:01 pm

    I was actually thinking about renting to an RV owner. No hook-ups. Then they can find their way to the stadium by public transportation or taxi or whatever (limo?) There are people in the world crazy enough to take that kind of deal!

  6. POSTED BY PAZ  |  November 04, 2013 @ 10:17 pm

    Frobnitz……yeah, someone like cousin Eddy and he’ll be flushing his RV john into the Montclair sewer system.

  7. POSTED BY herbeverschmel  |  November 05, 2013 @ 2:17 pm

    Real tomato ketchup Eddie?

  8. POSTED BY Mrs Martta  |  November 09, 2013 @ 10:34 am

    I’ll rent my cats’ tower out to a desperate fan, $50 a night.

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I think it's great to have another convenient option in the neighborhood. I wonder what size trucks will be going down this partly residential street and how often? It is a moderately quiet street, and will see at least a little more traffic. At least it's certainly prettier than what is there now!

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