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Frank Sinatra’s Former Palm Springs Hideaway With Piano-Shaped Pool Available for Rent

Many credit Frank Sinatra for making Palm Springs, California, what it is today. When he first arrived in the 1940s, Hollywood followed, and his home became the epicenter for epic parties. Now, that home is available to rent through Homes & Villas by Marriott International.

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Dubbed Twin Palms Estate, the desert retreat was designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1947 for Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato. It spanned over 4,500 square feet and featured nearly every element of that classic mid-century modern style, including St. Charles cabinets, Terrazzo floor tiles, pink tiled bathroom, and a piano-shaped pool. All of these details remain along with the music legend’s original recording studio. And to highlight the epic period even more, the rooms are filled with era furnishings like a wrap around sofa in the living room and banana leaf wallpaper covering the walls and ceiling in the bedroom. 

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To pay homage to its famous former owner—Sinatra moved out in 1957 after divorcing second wife Ava Gardner—the home is filled with memorabilia, including rare photos and album covers from the crooner. 

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