Sinatra’s Custom-Built California Villa Wants $3.95 Million

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FOR REAL ESTATE -- online -- Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing  (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

Villa Maggio, Frank Sinatra’s former Palm Desert entertaining pad—most notable for hosting other members of the Rat Pack—is now on the market for $3.95 million. The five-acre California estate—built in 1967—was Sinatra’s personal retreat for 12 years.

FOR REAL ESTATE -- online -- Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing  (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

The 6,428-square-foot compound features three buildings, which include a five-bedroom main house with five stone fireplaces, a formal dining room, living room and two full kitchens; a two-story, three-suite—each with its own mini-kitchen and fireplace—guesthouse; and a pool house complete with two saunas.

FOR REAL ESTATE -- online -- Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing  (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

The house is perfect for sports lovers, complete with a tennis court, basketball court and a pool. For those looking to make a quick entrance and exit, the estate has its own helipad.

FOR REAL ESTATE -- online -- Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

For the right buyer, there’s an option to include an attached 2.5-acre lot in the purchase price.

FOR REAL ESTATE -- online -- Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing  (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

Frank Sinatra, Villa Maggio listing (CREDIT: Anthony Lagrosa and Abraham Rivera)

Details and photos courtesy of The New York Post

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