The Nancy Sinatra House Sells in Three Weeks
Nancy Sinatra’s former Beverly Hills home was sold for US$3 mln in less than three weeks. The carefully preserved mid-century aesthetics turned the estate into a true time capsule, with much of its original style left intact.
Built in 1963, the house last changed its owner in 1973.
The property boasts four bedrooms, several bathrooms, a geometric martini bar, parquet wood floors, and gold-painted mirrored walls. At the back of the house, there is a pentagon-shaped pool with a wooden deck overlooking lush hills.
Frank Sinatra’s daughter, 83-year-old Nancy Sinatra rose to fame in the 1960s with her hits “These Boots Are Made for Walkin” and “Somethin’ Stupid” and made her appearance in a number of TV shows and movies.