Even though more flights are taking off from Connecticut these days, a staycation could be on the books this summer. Several large Greenwich homes are available to rent this summer, including this one for $65,000 a month. Located on 41 Upland Drive in Greenwich, the colonial stone and shingle home is listed for renters to \u201cspend the summer in Greenwich,\u201d according to the listing. The nearly 8,000 square-foot home has a total of 19 rooms and 1.5 acres of land. On the main level, there is a dining room with seating for eight, an office with a coffered ceiling, an eat-in kitchen and a butler\u2019s pantry with a wine refrigerator. There are also two living areas on the main level, each with a fireplace.\u00a0 The first-floor guest suite is one of seven bedrooms in the home, the listing notes, and all of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms for a total of 9 bathrooms throughout the home. The main suite has a \u201clarge sitting room with [a] television and walk-in closets,\u201d according to the listing, while the lower level of the home has a separate au-pair suite along with a media room, gym and playroom. Outside the home, there\u2019s a pool and spa, the listing notes, along with a pool house that\u2019s separate from the patio and outdoor seating area that\u2019s off the back of the house. A note at the end of the listing states that a \u201chousekeeper once a week [is] included with additional days at \u00a0[the]tenant's expense.\u201d The Upland Drive rental isn\u2019t the only Greenwich property up for rent \u2014 and it's not even the most expensive on the market. According to Realtor.com, there are two rentals in Greenwich with higher price tags than the Upland Drive home. One on 40 South Stanwich Road with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms overlooking Rockwood Lake is available for $95,000 per month. Another on 136 Field Point Circle with four bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a 10-car heated garage is available to rent for the summer for $300,000 per month. \u00a0 The 41 Upland Drive home is listed by Houlihan Lawrence and presented by Ellen Mosher (firstname.lastname@example.org).