If I had $4.5 million, I would buy Frank Sinatra’s old spot in the hills overlooking Palm Desert – but, alas, I don’t. So, I am instead sharing this news with you in hopes that this post somehow lands on the screen of a filthy rich reader who will buy the place and invite all of us to the housewarming party there.
The 70s estate is named “Villa Maggio” – which the LA Times notes is an ode to the late singer’s character in the Academy Award-winning film From Here to Eternity.
The 7.5 acre property includes three structures: a rustic lodge, a two-story guesthouse and a pool house. There are nine bedrooms in all, along with 13 bathrooms (plenty for all of us at that housewarming party), two full kitchens, pool, tennis court, and a spot to land your helicopter.
Plus, the place has some super-rad views.
The place is listed by Markus Canter and Cristie St. James of Berkshire Hathaway. It last sold in 1998. The home hit the market in 2015 for $3.95 million and last year for $3.7 million, but, obviously, didn’t find a buyer.
Check out some photos below from Sean Garrison / Shooting LA: