Frank Sinatra’s Los Angeles, Calif., residence is being listed for the first time in 50 years. On the market for $22.5 million, the entertainer’s former home is accented with large Santa Barbara stones, a tile roof, a double motor court as well as many balconies, making the home a true California hacienda. Original features, such as the theater that was used as Sinatra’s screening room, enhance this estate. The sparkling pool is set away from the main house and features two changing rooms. Stone walls, vaulted ceilings, a staff wing, two libraries and a garden room are offered within this residence, which is located on a star-studded block in Southern California.
Source: Ron de Salvo, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Los Angeles, Calif.
Originally built in 1926 by architect Harry Hayden Whiteley, this Los Angeles, Calif., home is currently listed by former child actor, radio host and professional wrestler Danny Bonaduce for $3.9 million. Updated in 2010, one is welcomed into this luxury listing through a two-story, turreted entry with hand-stenciled ceilings and an original curved staircase. Located just off the entry are formal living and dining rooms as well as a library — each leading out to a fabulous courtyard accented with a sun-drenched pool. The home’s gourmet kitchen will please any culinary artist with LaCornue, Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. With a large theater featuring an original nautical bar with porthole windows, as well as many terraces, entertaining is made easy in this approximately 7,065-square-foot residence.
Source: Lynne Beavers, Lynne Beavers & Associates, Los Angeles, Calif.
—Lauren Varga King