There are probably plenty of pretty young things looking for filthy rich flings each summer in a certain Long Island beach town, but 40-year-old Cheryl Mercuris is lookin' for love in the Hamptons, and she's already a self-made millionaire on her own. The NY Post reports that she's spent $500,000 (or $1,488 an hour!) for a two-week summer rental in hopes of finding Mr. Right.

The divorced Mercuris is from Florida, and told the paper, "The dating pool is much better here. There are so many career-oriented people here, unlike the west coast of Florida, which is very quiet and laid-back—not great for someone who is single and raising a child." If she doesn't find love this time around, she says she may be moving to New York permanently anyway—she owns a home in the Time Warner Center.

The mansion this woman is renting is way more interesting than her two week mission, however. If you want to know what a $1,488/hour rental home in the Hamptons looks like— check out more photos here. The home is called Sandcastle, and houses 14 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, a bowling alley, a skate ramp, a squash court, a spa, a rock climbing wall... and it could all be yours! It's on the market for for $49.5 million. Sound pricey? Consider how many New York City apartments you could fit in the 31,000-square-foot compound.