Holmby Hills estate once owned by Frank Sinatra is offered for $23.5 million
The gated house on more than two acres is surrounded by expanses of lawn and mature trees, and includes seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 8,631 square feet of living space.
The two-acre estate in Holmby Hills was once home to entertainer Frank Sinatra. (Michael McNamara)
An estate in Holmby Hills once owned by Frank Sinatra is on the market at $23.5 million.
On more than two acres, the gated house is surrounded by expanses of lawn and mature trees. A large courtyard sits at the center of the hacienda-style home, built in 1936. There are seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 8,631 square feet of living space.
Sinatra, who died in 1998 at 82, won an Oscar for his supporting role in "From Here to Eternity" (1953) and entertained generations of music fans with hits including "My Way" and "Come Fly With Me."
Public records show the property sold last year for $18.5 million.
Holmby Hills estate once owned by Frank Sinatra is offered for $23.5 million, Holmby Hills has always been know to be the best location in the westside of Los Angeles.
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