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Frank Sinatra’s Palm Desert Hideaway Hits Market Again: $4.25M
May 13, 2021 in Latest News

PALM DESERT, CA — Built in 1970, Villa Maggio is perched high above the city and features 360-degree views.



Legendary performer Frank Sinatra, who died in 1998 at the age of 82, is an iconic Coachella Valley figure — and so are his desert haunts.


His Villa Maggio hideaway in Palm Desert has captured the attention of style masters for more than 50 years, and now the estate is back on the market. The property re-listed May 7 with Markus Canter and Cristie St. James of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.

The following property information was provided by Realtor.com:

Address: 70300 San Lorenzo Rd., Palm Desert, California
Price: $4,250,000
Square Feet: 6,428
Bedrooms: 9
Bathrooms: 12 Full and 1 Half Baths
Built: 1970
Features: FRANK SINATRA’S DESERT HIDEAWAY – 1970, Villa Maggio . Sinatra’s hit song Lets Get Away From It All could be the inspiration for his private, secluded, mid-century mountain retreat perched high above Palm Desert. This James Bond lair-like compound encompasses a 5 BR main house w/ 5.5 BA, a self-sufficient 3 BR w/ 5 BA guest home, a 1 BR pool house w/ 2 BA & saunas, a resort-style pool, a large exterior entertaining area w/fire-pit, a lighted tennis court, helipad, & parking for 24 cars. The Surrounding 360-degree sunrise-sunset mountain-valley lights views provide a timeless, surreal backdrop. One of Sinatra’s favorite residences, the 6, 428 SF interiors have been lovingly renovated to reflect his style & preferences. Isolated yet accessible, the estate is only 20 minutes away from Palm Desert & El Paseo luxury shops & restaurants. Palm Springs International is just 26 miles away, a short jaunt by helicopter.
This listing originally appeared on realtor.com.

Toni McAllister, Patch Staff
Posted Thu, May 13, 2021 at 2:00 pm PT

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