You Can Now Rent Frank Sinatra’s Malibu Pad

published Jul 15, 2018
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If you hit the lottery this month, you can afford to rent Frank Sinatra’s Malibu home. The home just went up for rent but it comes with hefty monthly price tag. It is just a cool $110,000 a month. Think you can swing that?

The 7 bedroom, 9 bathroom Malibu home was purchased by Frank Sinatra and his wife Barbara Sinatra in 1990 for $3 million at the time. When they bought the house, it was originally a cottage that had been there previously, but they tore it down and built a custom house just under 6,000 square feet.

The house comes with an elevator, spacious living, dining, and entertaining spaces. There is a built-in fireplace, built-in bookshelves, a walk-in wet bar, and an eat-in kitchen. The gourmet kitchen features a large island and a bar area.

The master suite comes with a private terrace, two bathrooms, a steam room, and even a hair salon. Clearly, the Sinatras loved to be well groomed! The home even comes with an elevator, which makes sense as Frank was in his late 70s when he moved into the home. No one wants to walk up and down stairs in their house if they can afford not to.

The Malibu pad in Broad Beach obviously comes with a massive swimming pool, a spa, and a terrace outside to sit by the pool but enjoy some shade. There is even a sandy path to the beach for easy and instant access!

Would you rent this Malibu home? If you’re looking for another famous rental that is just slightly more affordable, you can rent the villa from Under the Tuscan Sun. That runs for about $2,200 during the off-season and $3,800 during peak season. Unlike Frank Sinatra’s house, the Under the Tuscan Sun villa can be rented nightly instead of monthly.

H/T: Variety