So you've just completed a bjillion years of education and you're ready for that prestigious job at that law firm in the big city.  Yup, big bucks await you. Now, you need a place for the dog to get lost in.

How about a 7 bedroom, 4.5 bath, 3,400 square foot home with a big ass pool?  Sound good?  We thought so.

Check out this beautiful place listed for rent at 96 Spurwink Road in Scarborough, it has plenty of room for you and the partners from the firm to grill the filet, raise a glass, and hob knob until it's time to hit the 100% Egyptian Cotton Percale sheets.

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Yes, this place is made for gatherings with plenty of spaces for all to cook, eat, recreate and sleep.  The kitchen comes with everything that a fine chef would require, including an ice cream machine and three different types of coffee makers.  The living room looks big, bold, comfortable and beautiful, and how about that granite fireplace? Fill up the dining room table with family, friends or co-workers. The bedrooms are bright, white, and ready for both you and your guests.

And how about a 38 foot long heated swimming pool?  Why, of course! The outdoor fire pit surrounded by 17 Adirondack chairs and the big hot tub only adds to the prestige.

Yes, this is a place that will impress any future mother-in-law or brand new boss. Just remember to lift that pinky finger when you take a swig and you'll be all set.

The monthly rental varies throughout the year, but in the prime summer months it's $87,000 a month.

This rental is listed on Zillow by the property owner, Marilys C Scheindel, at (207) 560-4441.

At $87,000 A Month, This Is Maine's Most Expensive Rental

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