Former Frank Sinatra mansion reduced to $12.75 million

Frank Sinatra’s former estate was built in 1951.

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The current owners of Frank Sinatra’s former mansion in ChatsworthCalifornia, try again to sell the place.

The property has been in and out of the real estate market since 2011 and just in 2021 it re-entered the market with a price of $21.5 million dollarsbut now they ask for $12.75 million dollars.

the current owner He bought the mansion in 1998 for just $1.54 million.but the economic changes and having kept it in good condition has caused the price of the property to rise.

The construction of this property was completed in 1951 under the design of renowned architect William Pereira.

Not only was it owned by the successful Frank Sinatra, but there is also an additional guest house where supposedly Marilyn Monroe lived for a while. ‘Architectural Digest’ reports that said guest house may have an extension of 1,000 square feet with all the luxuries, including your own pool and patio.

This property has also served as a recording set for various audiovisual productions such as Mad Men, Dreamgirls, Six Feet Under and Californication.

the main house it has an extension of 6,661 square feet distributed in six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, hall, main room, living room, dining room, bar, kitchen, laundry room and other amenities.

Inside, highlights include marble floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, custom built-ins, multi-tone wood paneling, a brick-lined fireplace and more.

In addition to the main house there is a garage with capacity for 20 vehicles.

Outside there is also a 50-foot swimming pool, a dining room with a pergola, extensive green areas and other ideal spaces to enjoy the outdoors.

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