Frank Sinatra’s House / Palm Springs / USA

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Enjoy the ultimate Palm Springs vacation living like Frank did! Twin Palms, the legendary former estate of Frank Sinatra, located in the Movie Colony is a 4 bedroom, seven bath luxury vacation home that sleeps up to eight guests. Features include exquisite period furnishings and infamous piano-shaped swimming pool.

Designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1947 for Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato, The Twin Palms Estate is a spectacular example of mid-century architecture in the heart of Palm Springs. This
estate boasts both mid-century style luxury and historical significance with modern amenities. This Palm Springs architectural gem features exquisite period furnishings and infamous piano-shaped swimming pool. Williams also has many other significant projects in the Palm Springs area.

The legendary residence was host to some of the valley’s most glamorous parties with Hollywood’s brightest stars of the day. The twin palm trees located poolside, appropriately name the infamous estate. Frank Sinatra often hoisted his Jack Daniels emblem flag on the flag pole once positioned between the twin palms, which indicated an invite to his Movie Colony neighborhood cronies that revelry and
cocktails were in order. The home was also witness to some of Sinatra’s most memorable bouts. One of the most outrageous was when Frank threw Hollywood top star Ava Gardner’s possessions onto the driveway after she appeared at the house in an attempt to catch him with Lana Turner.
You can still see a chip in one sink that is rumored to have been made when Frank slammed a champaign bottle during an argument
with Ava. The residence has been completely restored with vintage designer furnishings throughout the residence and includes the original sound and recording system installed by Valentino Electronics
in Hollywood. The kitchen is the most recent restoration with Viking appliances and St. Charles modern cabinetry resembling the original kitchen design.

The residence includes a master suite, guest suite, guest bedroom, and an exterior entrance guest room. Each bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with an additional powder room in the great room. The kitchen is
updated with modern appliances and perfect for creating culinary art and entertaining. The estate is also wired with the latest technology, including wireless internet and iPod connectivity with surround sound.
Guest can enjoy listening to nostalgic Sinatra tunes that are available for enjoyment. While the home does include the original recording system, today the cabinet is also used to showcase a flat screen television. Memorabilia can be seen throughout the home in this preserved architectural residence that was once Frank Sinatra’s desert retreat from Hollywood. The was the first home designed by Stewart
Williams and also the first home purchased by Frank Sinatra. Love it and watch outed for Frankies “Jack Daniels” flag…

Living in style.

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