Frank Sinatra's party pad could be yours...for $12 million

16 December 2011

Frank Sinatra’s former home has come back on the market.

Not short of a Hollywood tale or two, the house was even the backdrop of Marilyn Monroe’s final photo shoot.

The house itself was designed by Pereira and Luckman, the LA based architectural firm, and incorporates a 10,000 sq/ft glass wall and is nestled amongst a 3,000 acre nature reserve in California.

The house was owned by Dora Hutchinson, the heir to the Chase Manhattan Bank, and held infamous A-list parties during the fifties, including the renewal of Judy Garland and Vincent Minnelli’s wedding vows.

Frank Sinatra rented the property from Hutchinson and eventually sub let it to Marilyn Monroe.

More recently, the house has been used as the set for Mad Men and Californication and still brings in up to $2 million per year from location filming.

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