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Long Beach apartments fit for the rich and famous

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a living room filled with furniture and a large window: 23 S. 4th Pl., #5 | Photos: Zumper © Photos: Zumper 23 S. 4th Pl., #5 | Photos: Zumper

This just in: the priciest rental listing on the market in Long Beach costs $6,985/month. As absurd as it may seem, it's not the only high-end residential listing in the city. But just how choice are the features, given these huge price points?

We scoured local listings in Long Beach via rental website Zumper to find the city's most ritzy listings.

Read on to see the select listings currently on the market. (Note: prices and availability are subject to change.)

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23 S. Fourth Place, #5 

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Up first, gaze at this condo over at 23 S. Fourth Place. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and it's a whole 2,431 square feet. Whereas the average price for a three-bedroom rental in Long Beach is about $2,900/month, this rental is currently going for $6,985/month. Why so high-priced?

In the luxury condo, you can anticipate a private balcony, an open floor plan, a full chef's kitchen and panoramic ocean views. As snazzy as this rental might sound, it is missing something: cats and dogs are not permitted.

Per Walk Score ratings, the surrounding area is friendly for those on foot and is bikeable.

(Click through to the complete listing here.)

6118 Corsica Circle

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Next, there's this single-family home situated at 6118 Corsica Circle. It has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, and it's a sprawling 2,797 square feet in size. Whereas the average price for a four-bedroom rental in Long Beach is approximately $3,399/month, this pad is currently priced at $6,750/month.

In the single-family home, you can expect a walk-in closet, a cathedral ceiling, French doors and a waterfront patio. Living in this expansive rental is a human-only thing: cats and dogs are not permitted.

Per Walk Score ratings, the surrounding area is somewhat walkable and is quite bikeable.

(Check out the complete listing here.)

272 Claremont Ave. 

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Last but not least, take a look at this single-family home over at 272 Claremont Ave. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and it takes up 1,510 square feet. Whereas the average price for a two-bedroom rental in Long Beach is about $2,100/month, this spot is currently listed at $4,500/month.

The modern-inspired residence features LED lighting, ceiling mounted speakers and a chef's kitchen complete with a wine fridge. As upmarket as this home might sound, cats and dogs aren't permitted.

Per Walk Score ratings, this location is quite walkable and is quite bikeable.

(Take a look at the complete listing here.)

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