A Chatsworth property, which Frank Sinatra had rented for nearly a decade has been listed on sale for $7,5 million. The Midcentury Modern-style house also was a set location in the second season of “Mad Men.” The property last sold in 1998 for $1.54 million. Originally owned by Chase Manhattan Bank heiress Dora Hutchinson to thrown lavish Hollywood parties, the Farralone estate was designed by architect William Pereira, whose notable works include New York’s Kennedy Center, the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco and the LAX Theme Building.
Luxury house is set on a a 14-acre hillock that offers panoramic views of the city as well as the mountain. The 6,661 square feet of interiors includes four bedrooms and six bathrooms, a bar, a den-office, and multiple fireplaces. There’s a small circular pool surrounded by an expanse of lawn off the 1,000-square-foot guest house and another larger pool with a flagstone deck.
Beside rented by Sinatra for almost 10 years, the property’s guesthouse is also renowned to be the alleged meeting spot for the late Monroe and President Jack Kennedy’s notorious reported affair.