Frank Sinatra's Stunning 7.5-Acre Compound, Boasting THREE Homes, Two Saunas, and a Helipad, Available for $4 Million

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Image source from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California

The secluded mansion, once owned by the artist, is situated in Mountain Center, California as featured on Daily Mail. With a total of 9 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, the residence was christened the Villa Maggio in homage to Sinatra's character in the 1953 film From Here to Eternity.

The previous residence of the iconic artist, famous for the hit song "New York, New York," is now on the market in Mountain Center, California.

Frank Sinatra, renowned singer and actor, resided in the estate known as Villa Maggio, where he reportedly lived for 12 years following its construction in 1970.

Villa Maggio was named in tribute to Sinatra's portrayal of Angelo Maggio in the 1953 film "From Here to Eternity" - a cinematic masterpiece that got eight Academy Awards one year later.


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