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Stay in Bode Miller’s home for $1,100 per night

Sep 16, 2013, 10:33 AM EDT

Bode Miller Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

Join Bode. Well, almost.

The New Hampshire home of five-time Olympic medalist Alpine skier Bode Miller and his wife is up on the website airbnb.com. Miller fans or skiing enthusiasts can crash at Bode’s place, at a price.

The rate is $1,100 per night, $6,000 per week or $15,000 per month.

The listing also includes 30 photos of the Carroll, N.H., “custom estate.” Here’s the succinct description:

“Gorgeous four bedroom Estate. Lots of privacy. Gourmet kitchen. Gorgeous views of Mt Washington and easy access to MT Washington Hotel. Ski and Golf.”

Here’s a little more information about the website, founded in 2008:

Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations around the world — online or from a mobile phone. Whether an apartment for a night, a castle for a week, or a villa for a month, Airbnb connects people to unique travel experiences, at any price point, in more than 33,000 cities and 192 countries.

Miller, 35, missed all of last season after undergoing knee surgery in spring 2012. He said last month he expects to be ready for the start of the World Cup season in Solden, Austria, on Oct. 27. Miller could make history at the Sochi Olympics.

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