PHOTOS: You can stay in Rory McIlroy's old house for $21,000
The British Open and PGA Championship king used to live in this house in Northern Ireland and now you can rent it out for a week.
Rory McIlroy's old digs in Northern Ireland are not for sale -- they've already been sold -- but for rent by new owner Gary McCausland who bought the property from McIlroy for around $3 million.
McCausland said he bought the property as a getaway for him and his family but demand to stay there has been high, and why not? The house has it all.
According to this article in the Belfast Telegraph the house includes its own private lake, floodlit tennis court, private cinema, helicopter transfers, chauffeur service, and an outdoor hot tub with champagne on tap.
Nice little spot if you can afford it.
Here's a look:
McCausland is charging $21,000 a week to stay there but only $150 to hit balls on the course for a couple of hours. Basically a steal!
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