A CHINESE heiress, 24, is renting a five-bedroom Mayfair house for a staggering £130,000 each MONTH.

The unnamed student is rumoured to be the daughter of a billionaire, and she forked out a whopping £3.1million upfront to secure the tenancy of Culross House in London.

The luxury pad is worth £32million and sits right next to Hyde Park – and will cost the heiress £1.55 million a year in rent.

This makes it Mayfair’s most expensive house tenancy ever, and will be an extravagant home for the woman when she stays in the capital with her boyfriend, housekeeper and personal security team.

The Chinese wealthy woman decided to rent the property after seeing it on Channel 5’s Sally Lindsay’s Poshest Sleepover.

Immediately, she was captivated by the stunning pad, which has its own cinema, club room, swimming pool, spa complex and a rear garden.  

It also has a glass lift and a Hermes bedroom suite with bedding and accessories from the fashion label.

The heiress said she wanted to rent a house over a flat due to the coronavirus pandemic and she wanted extra space. 

K10 Group has designed the interiors of Culross House to be a celebration of the “Best of British” classic design, with key rooms inspired by famous five-star hotels and VIP venues from around the world.

Kam Babaee, Founder & CEO of K10 Group says: “K10 Group are delighted to have let Culross House to a fantastic VVIP international family as their Mayfair pied-à-terre. 

“We hope the family enjoy living there over the next few years and we would welcome their stay becoming a ‘try-before-you-buy’ situation through our unique K10 Creative-Finance-Solution. 

“At £3.1 million this rental deal is the largest ever paid to rent a new home in Mayfair and is also the largest upfront payment ever made to let a London home. 

“'When compared to the daily cost of renting a five star hotel suite in Knightsbridge or Mayfair, Culross House provides outstanding value-for-money and far more space and private facilities.”

In comparison, it would cost £31,420 per night to rent the 4,779-sqft three-bedroom Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Penthouse, or £14,445 per night for the 2,368-sqft Crescent Pavilion Penthouse suite at The Berkeley Hotel.

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