Calling Ol’ Blue Eyes fans: If you’ve got $12.75 million to pony up, now’s your chance to live on the hilltop estate that Frank Sinatra called home in the 1950s and 1960s.
It was originally listed for $21.5 million in August 2021 and then taken off the market in March this year. It’s available now after a drastic price drop of $8.75 million.
The six-bedroom home sits on an 8-acre lot in a suburban neighborhood of Los Angeles. It comes with a swimming pool, a pool house and a 2,000 square foot pergola.
There is also a guesthouse that comes with its own in-ground pool and yard.
The main house is mid-century modern. It was designed by the architect Guillaume Pereira, whose futuristic buildings include San Francisco’s Transamerica Pyramid. The 1951 construction has since been restored and now boasts over 6,600 square feet of living space.
There are marble floors, huge windows, and glass sliders. Outside, there are plenty of spaces to relax and take in the views of the nearby 1,325-acre nature reserve.
The listing notes that the estate has been featured in numerous movies and TV shows.
The property offers plenty of space to add equestrian facilities, recording studio, vineyard, helipad or additional living structures.
Sinatra’s swing real estate continues to appear on the market. Last year, his custom-built mountain retreat in Mountain Center, Calif., became the hottest home of the week when it went up for sale for $4,250,000. The Desert Getaway was pulled from the market in May.