Frank Sinatra's house hits the market

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One of the homes of the beloved Frank Sinatra hits the market. The estate, better known as "Byrdview" was designed by midcentury architect, William Pereira. It was built in 1949 and is one of the most recognized celebrity homes in America. It is now being sold for $12.5k, located at the top of a 14 acre hilltop overlooking the valley in Chatsworth, California. Want to learn more about the famous house? check it out here.

Floor to ceiling windows provide plenty of natural lighting and a great view to the swimming pool. Here you can see backs of the timeless Barcelona Chairs Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. 

Sixteen foot ceilings allow for connection with nature and the outdoors at all times. 

Scenes from the show Mad Men, along with 2018 Superbowl commercials, were shot in this house. With a wood and stone bar connected to the casual dining area with access to the outdoor spaces and pool, who wouldn't want to entertain guests on camera in this space?

Additional seating room right outside the casual bar are, bright white furniture with walls wrapped in a warm wood, an upscale take on wood wall paneling. 

The large upscale dining room with Panton Chairs around the inclusive round table. Against the back right wall is a floating credenza. 

The second living room has great views to the garden, with tall floor to ceiling windows and beautiful wooden floors. Some have considered it a glass jewelbox. 

The view from the pool over the valley and mountain scape is breathtaking. Back in the 40s and 50s celebrities would escape the city and dwell in their ranches where the paparazzi couldn't find them. 

Marilyn Monroe has stayed in this charming guest house for many weekend getaways. 

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