Frank Sinatra’s Most Lust-Worthy Home In Los Angeles Hits The Market To The Tune Of $21.5 million


A grand piano takes center stage in the Los Angeles property, just like in all Sintra’s homes

Plenty of space for entertaining

His newly-listed California rental home, which is known interchangeably as Farralone or Byrdview House, features ample living space with a contemporary open-plan design.

Along with the main house, the compound features a cabana and a guesthouse with its own circular pool. Sinatra sublet this outbuilding to Marylin Monroe and it reportedly served as a love nest during her notorious affair with President Jack Kennedy.

The guesthouse that the singer sublet to Marilyn Monroe, and where she reportedly rendezvoused with Jack Kennedy

In total, there are seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms with a minimalist and slightly retro feel running throughout.

Whitewashed walls allow contemporary wall hangings to take center stage, while dark wood flooring provides a feeling of warmth.

Communal areas in the house include a large living room with a full bar, a dining area, a formal dining room, and a piano room.

Floor-to-ceiling windows which encase the property provide unapparelled views of the surrounding gardens and over the vast 1,325-acre Chatsworth Reservoir nature preserve below.



Floor-to-ceiling windows provide unapparelled views of the gardens and over the Chatsworth Reservoir nature preserve below

For fitness enthusiasts, there is a wellness area that houses a gym, massage and steam rooms, and a sauna. Meanwhile, film buffs will love the state-of-the-art production studio.

Moving outdoors, there is a 50 ft swimming pool framed by a sundeck and a lounge area, a car park large enough to accommodate more than 100 vehicles, a helipad, and a fledging vineyard.

In terms of its positioning, the home sits securely atop a hill behind gates and there is a winding driveway that runs for more than two miles.


The home sits securely atop a hill and there is a winding driveway that runs for more than two miles

The property was first publicly listed for sale in 2011 for $12 million.

Lynn Teschner, a realtor from Coldwell Banker Previews International who was representing the sale, told Forbes at the time: “If walls could talk, this house has had more celebrities in it than just about any other house in Los Angeles.”

This time around, the sale is being managed by Barrie Livingstone of Sotheby’s.

Along with it being the ultimate party pad, realtors note the property as an income-producing vehicle as it has pulled in more than $2 million a year from location shoots.


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