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Ol’ Blue Eyes Was A Friend Of Mine — Shacking Up With Frank Sinatra

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How would you like to live in a 10-acre home near Palm Desert, Calif. that once was owned by Frank Sinatra? 

Just cough up up 4 million bucks and they’ll hand you the keys.

The Estate is located in scenic Mountain Center and comes complete with guest house, pool house, seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and a lighted tennis court. The Los Angeles Times says that Ol’ Blue Eyes helped design the home and lived there for 15 years.

Hey, the place is so famous it even has a name — “Villa Maggia”, after his character in the film ‘From Here To Eternity’.

Frank passed on to eternity in 1998 at 82 years of age, but his legacy — or at least his former residence — lives on.

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