In search of a fab home that boasts of celebrity footprint? Well, look no further as Frank Sinatra’s mid-century modern rental from the northwest of Los Angeles is now up for sale after a smacking makeover. Yes, that’s right!
The home was previously listed on the market for close to $12 million but failed to get any takers at the time. It is now refurbished to excellence, with the owners commanding a whopping $21.5 million to do away with it.
The 8,200-square-foot, seven-bed, seven-bath, two-half-bath ranch house was built in 1951 by Washington’s Kennedy Center architect William Pereira. It was leased by Sinatra in the late ’50s and early ’60s from the home’s original owner, Chase Manhattan Bank heiress Dora Hutchinson, according to Forbes.
As part of its re-haul, the house comes with a restored bar, kitchen, and bathrooms along with the original woods and designs. The roof, electricity, plumbing, security, floors, windows, and air conditioning of the residence are also completely redone.
It also includes a refurbished pool house with a massage room, bathroom, gym, and new pool equipment for both pools. The 14-acre property further has a guest house that comes with a smaller dipping pool and a series of other standard amenities.
The luxe home comes with large floor-to-ceiling windows and an elegant courtyard that boasts a stone walkway leading from the driveway to the front door. It is a perfect fit for those looking for privacy as well as those looking to host with its massive outdoor space and 100 parking spots.
The listing is currently managed by Craig Knizek at The Agency and Barrie Livingstone of Sotheby’s.