Frank Sinatra’s $4.25M 10-acre hideaway lair where he held star-studded Rat Pack parties using private helipad on sale

SINGER Frank Sinatra’s California desert hideaway home where he hosted parties for fellow members of his Rat Pack is back up for sale. 

The late singer and actor would hold gatherings at the home in the 1970s for his informal group of entertainers that included Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford. 

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Frank Sinatra’s home has a lighted tennis court and a pool[/caption]

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Singer Frank Sinatra hosted parties for his Rat Pack at the home[/caption]

Called Villa Maggio, the 6,428-square-foot home in Palm Desert is going for $4.25million, according to the listing from St. James + Canter and Associates.

“Sinatra’s hit song ‘Let’s Get Away From It All’ could be the inspiration for his private, secluded, mid-century mountain retreat perched high above Palm Desert,” the listing states. 

The property has five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms in the main house and the guest house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

It has a helipad, a pool, spa and pool house. 

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The home has multiple fireplaces[/caption]

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The estate in Palm Desert boasts panoramic views[/caption]

The home is advertised as a “James Bond lair-like compound” that is “ideal for anyone who seeks to get away from the tumult of the Covid era.”

Located at 70300 San Lorenzo Road, the property boasts panoramic views. 

It has decks that overlook the San Bernardino mountains.

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The home has 12-and-a-half bathrooms[/caption]

“The Surrounding 360-degree sunrise-sunset mountain-valley lights views provide a timeless, surreal backdrop,” the listing states. 

Villa Maggio was one of Sinatra’s favorite residences and its interiors have been “lovingly renovated to reflect his style and preferences,” according to the listing. 

The house has a lighted tennis court, multiple fireplaces and an expansive motor court. 

It was built in 1970 and has two full-sized kitchens. 

Sinatra grew up in New Jersey, but his career took off in Hollywood, so he had multiple properties in Los Angeles and California.

Villa Maggio previously went on the market in 2013, 2015 and 2016 and the last acting price was $3.69million.


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