The Verge's Kaitlyn Tiffany and Lauren Goode take a look at the luxe Los Altos Hills, Calif., mansion that housed halftime performer Beyoncé during her visit to San Francisco for Super Bowl 50 last weekend.
In addition to sweeping views of the Bay, the five-bedroom, 11-acre property features floating fireplaces, infinity pools, a gym, and several wine cellars. It also boasts net-zero energy use.
Curious how literally anything could cost $10,000 per night, I consulted with The Verge's Luxury Director Micah Singleton, who informed me that $10,000 is actually a deal for a night at a home like this. He estimated that the approximately $50 million property has a monthly mortgage of $250,000 (about $8,000 per day), making the $10,000 per night that Beyoncé paid a pretty modest mark-up.