Sinatra home is on the market for the first time ever for $12.9M
The home Frank Sinatra and his wife Barbara designed for themselves at Broad Beach in Malibu, California, has come to market as part of the Sinatra estate. The Sinatras bought the property in the early ’90s for $3 million only to tear down the existing house and build the one you see now. Architect-to-the-stars Ted Grenzbach designed the home. It was completed in 1992, six years before Sinatra’s death at the age of 82. Barbara Sinatra died last year, at age 90.
The two-story, 5,800-square-foot house has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The property boasts an indoor-outdoor bar, gourmet kitchen, leopard print carpeted stairs, and elevator and a plunge sized swimming pool and spa. The master suite has a lounge, fireplace, dual bathrooms, a sauna and its own hair salon.
When you enter the front door of the Sinatra Beach House there is an expansive spectacular view straight through the house and grounds to the ocean.
Listing agents are Leonard Rabinowitz and Jack Friedkin of Hilton & Hyland and Chris Cortazzo of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
For more information see the listing on Hilton & Hyland.