Frank Sinatra accomplished more than most in his 82 years on earth. His contributions to music and film are unforgettable, and the leader of the Rat Pack had some pretty impressive real estate holdings, too.
In honor of what would have been Ol' Blue Eyes's 100th birthday, December 12, 2015, we're taking a look back at his most beautiful homes. (Can you even imagine the parties he threw at these splendid abodes?)
Sinatra owned this four-bedroom, six-bathroom penthouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan for 11 years. The space — where Sinatra shacked up with former flame Mia Farrow for a short time — features sweeping views of the East River and a stunning glass spiral staircase.
Perhaps his most famous home is , the four-bedroom, seven-bathroom space he built in Palm Springs complete with a piano-shaped pool. The home, also known as Sinatra House, played host to countless Hollywood parties and is said to be where Sinatra carried out several love affairs. The space is now , so it's the perfect place to play out your Rat Pack fantasies.
Situated on five uber-private acres in California's Coachella Valley, Villa Maggio features a five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath main house, as well as a guest house and pool house, so there was plenty of room for Sinatra to host his Rat Pack pals (who were reportedly flown in by private helicopter). Sinatra designed the space himself, so it's no surprise the whole estate oozes class.
He may have sang about his love for "New York, New York," but during the summer months, Sinatra headed out of the city and straight to this New Jersey beach house. The five-bedroom home, which sits on 236 feet of oceanfront property, wasn't even available to rent when Sinatra stayed there, but after approaching the homeowners, they made an exception for the 'Chairman of the Board.' Then again, who wouldn't?