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Frank Sinatra's California Compound Is For Sale

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Start spreading the news: Frank Sinatra's California compound is officially on the market. Completed in 1970, Ol' Blue Eyes often used the desert manor to party with famous friends, including the infamous Rat Pack. The $3.9 million estate is comprised of seven bedrooms, two pools, a helipad, and parking for 24 cars. The performer named his 10-acre property Villa Maggio after his character from From Here To Eternity, which earned him an Oscar. Click through to read more on this incredible piece of history.