Frank Sinatra’s Former Los Angeles Home Lists For $21.5 Million
Listed for sale for a cool $21.5 million, but it’s not just any home. It was once owned by Frank Sinatra and served as his home during the 50s and 60s. Designed by Pereira Luckman AIA, the firm known for their design of the Los Angeles International Airport, the home was built in 1951 for Dora Hutchinson, who rented the home out to Sinatra for years after she left L.A. for New York.
Known as Byrdview, the 13.7 acre property features a main living space and a guest house, each with their own pools, and a 2,000 square foot pergola-covered outdoor lounge area. The spaces are immediately impressive thanks to the distinctly mid-century construction, large floor-to-ceiling windows, and elegant courtyard that boasts a stone walkway leading from the driveway to the front door. The home is simultaneously a great fit for those looking for privacy or those looking to host—its private gates and nearly three mile driveway a comfort for the former, and its massive outdoor space and 100 parking spots a boon to the latter. Tasteful wood panel wall accents throughout allow the mid-century charm to continue inside of the 8,000+ total square feet of living area. A gymnasium, massage and steam rooms, and sauna can also be found indoors.