Frank Sinatra's House Is A Mid-Century Dream (PHOTOS)

His California home is a mid-century dream -- down to the retro wallpaper.

Palm Springs, California has been a playground for the stars since the 1920s. Celebrities like Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, Elvis Presley and Ol' Blue Eyes himself would head there to vacation from Los Angeles. Now, according to Estately, Frank Sinatra's house, located overlooking the resort town in nearby Mountain Center, C.A., is on the market for $3,995,000. reports that "Villa Maggio" was designed by architect Ross Patton in 1967 and it appears that its mid-century appeal has been preserved, down to the wood paneling and retro wallpaper. The 6,400-square-foot home has a total of seven bedrooms between the main house and the adjacent guest suite. Also on the property are a sauna and pool house, a stunning pool-and-patio area, a lighted tennis court and a private helipad. If all of this wouldn't entertain the rat pack, we don't know what would.

Click through the photos of Frank Sinatra's home, and check out the listing for all of the details.

Additional reporting by Ann Brenoff.

Frank Sinatra Home

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