By Caroline Biggs

Published on March 29, 2016

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by Caroline Biggs

Per HomeAway, the legendary crooner commissioned famed architect E. Stewart Williams to build the Palm Springs palace in 1947. 

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The midcentury modern mansion—dubbed “Twin Palms” by the singer—is filled with touches of old Hollywood charm, including Sinatra’s original recording studio, checkered bathroom floors, and a piano-shaped pool! 

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The four-bedroom abode hosts six-and-a-half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, and, of course, a piano in the great room. 

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There are floor-to-ceiling windows and glass door throughout the spread, offering easy access to the tropical gardens and terraces outside. 

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And even though bedrooms have been updated in recent years with contemporary furnishings, the master suite still holds an authentic masonry fireplace and vintage audio system.  

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In addition to the piano-shaped pool, the backyard boasts a posh pool house with it’s own lounge, changing cabanas, kitchenette, and wet bar—making the price tag seem a little less steeper than before.

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