As one of the most successful and popular entertainers in history, Frank Sinatra amassed a sizable wealth over his decades-long career.
According to CNBC, Ol' Blue Eyes left behind a net worth that's estimated to be around $100 million, thanks to his millions of dollars in album sales and assets, including multiple properties.
In the 82 years that he spent on this earth, Sinatra held a very impressive real estate portfolio.
The leader of the Rat Pack owned homes in New York, New Jersey, Palm Springs, Los Angeles, and the Coachella Valley. But of all the beautiful homes he owned, there was one that he loved more than the rest.
After having spent a lot of time visiting their friends in Malibu, Sinatra and his fourth wife Barbara decided to build a home along the white sand shores of Broad Beach.
The home was completed in 1992, and it immediately was a place where the couple felt their happiest.
In her book, Lady Blue Eyes: My Life With Frank, Barbara described the waterfront retreat as a place where they spent time playing poker, sharing laughs, and enjoying good food and drinks.
The Sinatra Beach House's hallways and rooms were often filled with friends, including legends like Jack Lemmon, Dick Van Dyke, Steve Lawrence, Gregory Peck, and Robert Wagner.
Now for the first time ever, the two-story home is on the market, and of course, it does not come cheap.
Listed for a cool $12.9 million, the stunning 5,800-square-foot home offers 40-feet of beach frontage, a spacious floor plan perfect for entertaining, seven bedroom, nine bathrooms, and a pool.