Prince William And Kate Middleton’s Wales Home Available For Rent

Related Stories Prince William, Kate Middleton pose with son Prince George in official royal family portrait Here’s your chance to live like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge . The Wales farmhouse where Prince William and Kate Middleton lived for three years will be available to rent, according to The more info Telegraph . RELATED: PRINCE WILLIAM LEAVES ROYAL AIR FORCE TO FOCUS ON PRINCE GEORGE The secluded, four-bedroom house on the Isle of Anglesey is said to have beautiful views of Snowdonia and access to a private beach, a source told E! News . Williams reportedly paid 750 pounds (about $1,200) a month for the pad, but the rent will likely rise for those who want to follow in the royals’ footsteps.
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Companies help boat owners rent their vessels

ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND OF SEPT. 21 - This Sept. 6, 2013, shows Aabad R. Melwani, investor with Boatbound.co and President of Rickenbacker Marina, Inc., in Key Biscayne, Fla. Boatbound.co is a "boat sharing" company from Silicon Valley that has recently expanded to Miami. Also known as a "peer to peer" company, the company puts together a network of boat owners who want to share their boats when they are not using it and make some money. Photo: The Miami Herald, Al Diaz

21 – This Sept. 6, 2013, photo shows… ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND OF SEPT. 21 – This Sept. 6, 2013, photo shows Lori Anne Wardi, left, and Simons Chase, center, prepare to go out for a boat adventure, with the help of Gene Correa, assistant dock master at Rickenbacker Marinain Key Biscayne, Fla. Photo: The Miami Herald, Walter Michot ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND OF SEPT.
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