Tour Frank Sinatra’s $12.9 Million Malibu Home
Step inside the home of a famed music industry vet and explore 5,800 feet of beachfront beauty
Written by Annie Caminiti
The house that Frank and Barbara Sinatra built in the early 1990s on Broad Beach in Malibu, the same one that they renewed their vows in in 1996, is now on the market for $12.9 million. While the Sinatra’s owned numerous homes across the country (including one in Palm Springs and one in Los Angeles), it has been said that the serenity of the ocean and proximity to family and friends made this beach house the couple’s favorite.
Designed by Ted Grenzbach, just beyond the lush dunes, you’ll find the inviting 5,800-square-foot home complete with seven bedrooms and nine baths. The residence maintains a beachy spirit with an elevated essence. The master suite boasts a lounge, fireplace, sauna and its own hair salon. To set the social scene, homeowners will enjoy a wood-beamed family room with an attached wet bar, accommodating both indoor and outdoor entertaining. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful primary residence or a secondary beach home, Frank Sinatra’s beachfront property is the definition of a Malibu dream home.
Click through the gallery to tour Frank and Barbara Sinatra’s upscale Malibu beach oasis and reach out to toptenrealestatedeals.com to learn more.