Frank Sinatra's custom-designed Villa Maggio home is up for sale!
The 10-acre California property — named after Angelo Maggio, the character Frank played in the 1953 film From Here to Eternity — has hit the market for $3.9 million and includes three bedrooms, six bathrooms and a guest house.
An exterior shot of Frank's former home. (Photo Credit: Splash Images)
The mansion's exterior additionally features a pool house with two saunas, a tennis court, fire pit and a 24-car garage.
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Frank — who passed away from a heart attack in 1998 at age 82 — lived in the lavish villa in the 1970s and often hosted famous Rat Pack members such as Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop at the home.
The home's custom kitchen, designed by the late singer. (Photo Credit: Splash Images)
During the home's construction — which began in 1967 and was completed in 1970 — the "Come Fly With Me" singer worked with the abode's designers to customize the gourmet kitchen. He also chose bespoke fixtures and fittings for many other rooms in the house.
An exterior shot of the house. (Photo Credit: Splash Images)
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