Frank Sinatra’s former home in Beverly Hills, California, is up for sale. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom house has been listed for $8.995 million by Jeff Bibb and Dana Olmes of Frontgate Real Estate.
According to Architectural Digest, the 618-square-meter estate was designed by the renowned architect William Pereira and built between 1949 and 1951. The statement regarding the sale describes the property as more than just a masterpiece; it represents the highest achievement in residential design by William Pereira.
In addition to its previous ownership by the iconic artist, the mansion has also been used as a filming location for over 500 film and television productions. According to the New York Post, Sinatra lived in this house for eight years.
The single-story house is situated on four acres of land at the top of an exclusive private half-mile driveway. This location provides «captivating views of the city lights» and «stunning views of a lush 1,300-acre nature preserve.»
Upon entering the house and behind the glass door, there is a large living room with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass walls that offer views of the expansive patio area, a lounge with a terrace, and a swimming pool.
In the western wing of the residence, there are a sunlit kitchen, a bathroom, and three bedrooms with bathrooms. The eastern wing features a spacious master suite.
Frank Sinatra passed away in 1998 at the age of 82. As early as 2015, his daughter Tina Sinatra told PEOPLE that the legendary performer «wanted to live to be 100 more than he wanted anything in the world.»