we’re staying at sinatra’s place tonight, k?
for $2,600 a night you can campout poolside at ol’ blue eyes former crib!
Published Mar 29, 2016 10:00 PM
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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.
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!
The four-bedroom abode hosts six-and-a-half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, and, of course, a piano in the great room.
There are floor-to-ceiling windows and glass door throughout the spread, offering easy access to the tropical gardens and terraces outside.
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.
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.
Rent this space here!