A fan of the legendary Frank Sinatra? Now you can live like you’re part of the rat pack. Built for Sinatra himself, this sprawling desert home offered the perfect space for the multi-talented musician and actor, regardless of if he was seeking solitude or partying it up with his crew, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop.
Named Villa Maggio after Sinatra’s role in the film “From Here to Eternity,” this stunning space was built in 1967, resting 4,300 feet above Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Now for sale, the 10-acre compound consists of three buildings. The home offers the perfect blend of luxury and rustic charm, with warm wood, and seven (yes, seven) fireplaces in the main home alone.
The main space also includes two kitchens, five bedrooms and six bathrooms. That’s more fireplaces than bathrooms, if you care to count. Attached guest quarters tack on two more bedrooms, a bathroom, living room with yet another fireplace and a full kitchen. The detached guest house is two stories with a small kitchen, a bathroom, a stone fireplace and a deck overlooking the view. The pool house has a great room with stone fireplace, two bathrooms, two saunas and a mini-kitchen with views over the pool and tennis court. Want easy access? The home also comes with a private helipad, and parking for 25 cars.
Although the home has been updated since the legend walked its halls, a number of Sinatra’s personal touches are still present. What’s more, the space’s current owners were friends of the late great, and are the only occupants since he himself lived in the home.
Listed for: $3.9 million
Listed by: Marcus Cantor, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties
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