For $3.9 million Frank Sinatra commissioned this groovy compound in 1967 for when he really wanted to get away from it all. By that time, he already owned a spread in Rancho Mirage, right on the edge of a country club that he used, according to WNYC, "as a base, between his excursions to other homes and cities, until almost the end of his life."
But this property, put up for sale this week by its second-ever owner, is far more secluded.
An estate built for legendary singer and actor Frank Sinatra on a granite plateau in the mountains above Palm Desert is for sale at $3.95 million.
In the on-again, off-again world of real estate listings, a home once owned by crooner Frank Sinatra that surfaced five years ago is back – this time priced at $3.995 million. That's $1 million off the 2008 asking price.
Photo via AOL Real Estate The 6,300-square-foot Rancho Mirage, Calif., house that Gerald and Betty Ford commissioned in the '70s has officially hit the market for $1.699M. The Fords originally bought the 1.37-acre property from thei...
Two decades after he had E. Stewart Williams design him the swinging Twin Palms house in Palm Springs, Frank Sinatra apparently needed to get away from it all--in 1967 he built the...