Продается знаменитый особняк Фрэнка Синатры

Калифорнийская Villa Magio, на которой «Крысиная свора» во главе с Синатрой любила устраивать шумные вечеринки, ищет нового хозяина. Стоимость виллы составляет $3,95 млн.

У состоятельных поклонников Синатры появилась отличная возможность прикоснуться к жизни своего кумира и его окружения. Шикарный особняк в Палм-Дезерт, штат Калифорния, который принадлежал легендарному американскому певцу и шоумену на протяжении 12 лет, выставлен на продажу, пишет Realty Today.

Недвижимость была построена в 1967 году и повидала на своем веку множество знаменитостей, среди которых были Дин Мартин, Сэмми Дэвис-младший, Питер Лоуфорд, Джо Бишоп, и многие другие. Специально для Синатры архитектор Росс Паттон разработал индивидуальный проект дома, который соединял в себе зоны для развлечений и уединенные уголки для «частной жизни».

В доме есть пять спален, пять ванных и шесть туалетных комнат, зона для вечеринок, две кухни, столовая, гостиная, а также пять каминов и несколько смотровых террас. Недвижимость расположившаяся на участке в два гектара, также включает в себя бассейн и объединенную с ним зону спа, теннисные корты, баскетбольную площадку, парковку для 24 машин и даже вертолетную площадку. Кроме того, за счет высокого расположения особняка, владельцы и гости могут наслаждаться живописным видом на Палм-Дезерт и Коачелла Вэлли.

На участке также есть двухэтажный домик для гостей, который состоит из трех спален. А для веселого времяпрепровождения имеется дополнительный дом с бассейном, в котором есть две спальни, камин, две сауны и мини-кухня.

Fly Away: Villa Maggio, the California retreat custom built by Frank Sinatra in the late Sixties where he held private parties with guests flown in by helicopter, has gone on sale for $3.9million

Come dine with me: A huge fan of cooking, Sinatra designed the kitchen himself, as well as picking out fixtures and fittings for the three bed, six bathroom main house, three bed and five bath guest house

Designed by architect Ross Patton the estate has a 'rustic, chalet design' that retains much of the colorful 'late-1960s eclecticism that followed the subdued, minimalist aesthetic of postwar America,' according to the listing  Designed by architect Ross Patton the estate has a 'rustic, chalet design' that retains much of the colorful 'late-1960s eclecticism that followed the subdued, minimalist aesthetic of postwar America,' according to the listing

Life of luxury: The property also has a pool house with an indoor pool and two saunas, a second open air pool, a tennis court, multiple viewing decks, a fire pit and parking space for 24 cars

The current owners have dedicated a wall in one of the numerous bathrooms to photos and newspaper clippings of Ol' Blue Eyes

  

The quiet life: Construction on Villa Maggio began in 1967 as Sinatra's fame began to decline, and was completed in 1970 as he announced his temporary retirement from showbusiness

Sinatra went into temporary retirement in the 1970s amid falling record sales and dampening critical reviews and he sought sanctuary at his Coachella Valley

The Villa Maggio includes two saunas, a fire pit, parking for 24 cars and a pool and tennis court set on 10-acres of stunning mountainous land

Away from it all: Sinatra spent 12 years living at Villa Maggio while he took a break from music and film, donating it to Loyola Marymount University shortly after returning to fame with the release of Trilogy in 1980

Sinatra lived at the villa on and off for 12 years while taking time off from writing music, spending time there with fellow Rat Pack members Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop, along with selected guests

Bespoke: While Sinatra had a hand in designing the specifics of the building, architect Ross Patton was responsible for the chalet-style look and eclectic interior decoration which was typical of late-Sixties America

Built at 4,300ft above sea level, the housing complex has multiple viewing decks allowing guests to soak in the beauty of the San Bernadino mountains, and is also close to the San Bernadino National Forest

The gated and secluded Villa Maggio was Sinatra’s true hideaway from the world and now the ten-acre property has gone on the market for $3.9million

In 1967 Frank Sinatra had this isolated home custom-built to suit his needs and it has since passed through a string of celebrity owners, before reappearing on the market again recently

Prestigious: After being donated to Loyola Marymount University the property first entered private ownership in 1989 when the institution sold it for $1.4million, and has since passed through a string of celebrity owners

Vast: At 4,300ft above sea level, the combined properties have a footprint of more than 6,000ft, and the entire estate covers ten acres in the San Bernadino mountains, a short distance from the Coachella Valley floor

Hidden away in the mountains above the Coachella Valley in California is the exclusive party retreat where Frank Sinatra lived during the Seventies, using his private helicopter to fly guests in for parties with the Rat Pack

Sinatra used a private helipad to transport himself and his numerous guests to the home in the hills above the Coachella Valley

As well as its luxury bedrooms and exclusive fittings, the main lodge is made of wood and local stone, with five stone fireplaces and hardwood floors

Bargain: The home has been listed for sale once before, in 2013, for $4.8million but that has since been reduced to the current $3.9million

While Sinatra had other retreats, notably in Manhattan and Palm Springs, Villa Maggio was the most secluded and represented a genuine bolthole where the crooner could get away from his hectic life in showbusiness

After leaving the home in the early Eighties, Sinatra underwent a renaissance, producing some of his most famous work, including Theme From New York, New York. He died in 1998 at the age 82

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