You can own Frank Sinatra’s Byrdview Estate for $21.5M

A mid-century home with a storied history and deep Hollywood connections is now up for grabs. Recently listed for a whopping $21.5 million, this Los Angeles compound is by no means your ordinary luxury home.

Judy Garland held her wedding here. Marilyn Monroe once lived in the guest house. Frank Sinatra himself called it home for over a decade, throwing roaring parties for all of his Rat Pack friends, with names like Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin or Ava Gardner in attendance.

In recent years, the estate, which goes by the name Byrdview,  served as filming set for popular productions like Mad Men, Dreamgirls and Californication, adding a few extra notches on its popularity belt.

Now, the 8,000+ square-foot compound, along with the massive lot it stands on (close to 14 acres), are looking for new owners to capitalize on both the bragging rights and the rare opportunity to own such a large stretch of land in the Los Angeles area.

Built in 1949, Byrdview is one of only a handful of homes ever to be designed by the great American architect William Pereira, co-founder of famed architectural firm Pereira & Luckman.

Known for designing the Los Angeles International Airport Theme Building, Pereira and Luckman parted ways roughly 10 years after Byrdview was built and went on to create timeless structures like the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco (Pereira) and Madison Square Garden in New York City (Luckman).

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