Evidently Frank Sinatra wasn’t just a singer and actor, since he also designed his own penthouse in New York City back in 1961. After living there for 11 years, he split, but the penthouse is still more or less the same today (except for some modern renovations made in 2008), and now it’s back on the market.
Valued at around $6 million, the 3,200-square-foot penthouse has four bedrooms and six bathrooms, along with two terraces that wrap around the exterior. The whole thing overlooks New York City’s East River and has a great view of the famous New York skyline. So this would be a pretty plum living space even if Frank Sinatra didn’t used to live there.
If you’re not currently in the market for a swanky multimillion-dollar New York City penthouse designed and formerly owned by a departed entertainment legend, you might want just to take a look at Frank Sinatra’s pad in the gallery up top. Have fun.