Frank Sinatra’s ‘Mad Men’-Style L.A. Mansion Is on the Market
One of Frank Sinatra’s many abodes during his heyday is on the market for $21.5 million. Designed by the iconic Pereira Luckman AIA, this 13.7-acre estate was rented by Sinatra during the 60s and 70s. Situated in the San Fernando Valley, this Mad Men-style mansion is securely hidden behind gates and offers spectacular views of Chatsworth Preserve and the surrounding mountains.
Built in 1951 for Dora Hutchinson, the main house features seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and a gym with a massage room, steam room, and sauna. Influenced by mid-century design; white decor, wood panel wall accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows create a spacious feel throughout the 8,000 square feet of living area.
A monster 2,000 square foot pergola takes center stage outside and is the ideal place for entertaining large gatherings. There is an adjacent 50-foot swimming pool, while the guest quarters also have their own pool. There’s also plenty of well-manicured grassed areas for hosting parties, something Ol Blue Eyes was known for.
The property is up for sale via Sotheby’s for a cool $21 million. Hit the button below for more details and check out more photos of this lavish estate.
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