The Rat Pack threw some of the greatest parties around, so it's no surprise that when Frank Sinatra designed his hideaway in the mountains of the Coachella Valley, space to entertain was a top priority.
The five-acre property, which sits at 4,300 feet above sea level, includes a five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath main house, as well as a guest house and pool house, according to the . In other words, when the legendary crooner entertained members of the Rat Pack, including Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr, or his other celebrity friends, there was never a shortage of room.
The beautiful estate, known as Villa Maggio after Sinatra's character Angelo Maggio in the Oscar winning film "From Here to Eternity," is now available for $3.95 million -- a steal if you ask us.
Designed to resemble a ski chalet, the estate comes equipped with a pool and spa, a tennis/basketball court, a fire pit, parking space for 24 cars, and a helicopter pad. (Rat Pack members were flown in by private helicopter for exclusive parties, according to the .)
Take a look at the property in the photos below. Can't you just imagine Sinatra surprising his guests with a little tune in that living room?