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Frank Sinatra’s iconic West Hills estate listed for a swinging $8.99 million


Perched atop a mountaintop with sprawling views of the San Fernando Valley lies a piece of Hollywood history—the former residence of none other than the Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra. Recently hitting the market at $8.995 million, this stunning four-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom mid-century modern home boasts an impressive pedigree and architectural significance.

Designed by the renowned William Pereira AIA, the Sinatra compound spans over 7.97 picturesque acres, including a 2/3 mile long driveway that ensures privacy and exclusivity. Once leased by Sinatra and then later by sitcom legend Lucille Ball, the compound has been meticulously restored to embody over 6,600 square feet of prime Hollywood lifestyle.

Agents Jeff Biebuyck and Dana Olmes of Frontgate Real Estate are responsible for the listing, offering potential buyers the chance to own a slice of showbiz royalty. The property also has an illustrious history as one of LA’s most sought-after film locations, having been the backdrop for numerous movies and shows.

The residence itself is an architectural marvel encased in glass, highlighting the majestic skyline of mountain ranges with 360-degree panoramic city views. The outdoors is equally impressive with a fabulous 50′ pool and a 2,000 sq ft. pergola lounge area, perfect for soaking in the unobstructed views. The compound further includes a separate detached gym/massage/pool house, surrounded by lush landscaping and rolling lawns that can accommodate hundreds of guests.

“The iconic mid-century ‘Sinatra’ compound…is completely restored, and sits securely secluded behind gates atop a promontory hill,” the listing details. Additionally, a private guest house on the estate stretches over 1,000 sq ft and comes with its own pool and yard, along with a storied past of celebrity visitors.

The estate’s versatility extends to potential uses as equestrian facilities, a recording studio, a vineyard, or even a helipad. With modern amenities such as in-ground pools and spas, marble flooring, and central cooling, as well as ample parking including an attached garage, this home is not just a residence but a landmark. Built in 1951, and zoned LAA1, the property is a convergence of luxury, exclusivity, and historical charm, offering an extravagant lifestyle fitting for its star-studded legacy.

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