Frank Sinatra’s 7.5-acre swanky desert compound, known as Villa Maggio, named after his character Angelo Maggio in “From Here To Eternity” in which he won an Academy Award, has hit the market. This rustic home, designed as a “Mid Century-Lodge,” is perched 4300 feet above sea level and has magical panoramic views of beautiful Coachella Valley. With the ability to see wonderful wildlife like Coyotes and Hummingbirds, as well as the beautiful plant life, “you are seeing Mother Nature at it’s best”. This was Frank’s playground during his bachelor days. This amazing compound consists of three separate buildings: a five-bedroom main house, guest house and pool house! There’s a resort-sized swimming pool, spa, lighted tennis court, outdoor dance floor, and even a helipad for those who didn’t want to make the 20 minute drive up to the hill to the house. “Villa Maggio” was designed to be both luxurious and comfortable. A perfect getaway for his A-lister friends. Press Play To Take A Tour of This Amazing Property
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Every inch of the home had Frank’s footprint on it, as he was very involved in the design and finishes of this extraordinary home. From the wood paneled walls and plank floors, to the vaulted ceilings and stone fireplaces, to the orange tile in the kitchen and the printed wallpaper in the bathroom, “This special property was all about Frank and his friends and having a secluded property to party and let your hair down without the public and paparazzi looking down on you”. This was an epic party house.