Villa Maggio, Frank Sinatra's custom-built mountain estate in Palm Desert, California, has been relisted on the market for $4.25 million attracting prospective buyers across the globe.
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In 1967, Frank Sinatra purchased the Palm Desert estate and completed transforming the property into his home by 1970. Named after his character in From Here to Eternity, Sinatra’s mountain retreat became a generous space for relaxation and entertainment. The quintessential American singer spent 14 years in the home with his fourth wife, Barbara, before it was donated to Loyola Marymount University, then sold to a private buyer. In the years following, the opulent property has been on and off the market but was recently relisted for $4.25 million as listing agent Markus Canter of Berkshire Hathaway claims, “the property and the market are now in alignment.” Traveling from Washington, Texas, New Jersey, England, and Italy, prospective buyers are elated to view the renowned estate. The luxurious property offers scenic views, plentiful outdoor space, and a home that evokes the feel of a summer vacation.
Sinatra’s Villa Maggio spans 7.5 acres of picturesque land and includes nine bedrooms and 12.5 bathrooms. The property consists of a five-bedroom main house, three-bedroom guesthouse, and one-bedroom pool house. Many of the bedrooms are luxurious guest suites featuring their own bathrooms, fireplaces, balconies, or adjacent decks. The home’s restaurant quality kitchen is equipped with an island and three stainless-steel refrigerators. Decorative elements of the home consist of locally sourced wood, stone, and other natural materials. The property can be accessed via car as there is ample capacity to park over 20 automobiles, but the exterior space also offers a helipad. Perched above the Coachella Valley, its sunny location is perfect for enjoying the outdoors with hiking access to the National Forest trails, a resort-style pool for lounging, and a professional-grade tennis court. Other perks of the lavish estate include an art studio, office, library, media room, home theater, gym, and lounge with custom bar.
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