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Frank Sinatra’s Former L.A. Home Is Listed For $21.5 Million (www.architecturaldigest.com)

Frank Sinatra’s iconic home of a decade, during the 50s and 60s, has just been listed for sale for a cool $21.5 million. The seven bedroom, nine bathroom compound was designed by Pereira Luckman AIA, the firm known for their design of the Los Angeles International Airport, and built in 1951 for Dora Hutchinson, who rented the home out to Sinatra for years after she left L.A. for New York.

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