Explore Frank Sinatra's Farralone

  Photo Cred: Take Sunset

Photo Cred: Take Sunset

Anyone who knows me would be able to tell you that I am a big Frank Sinatra fan. I grew up listening to my Dad sing many of his timeless tracks while getting into character to perform his own versions of them! And when I stumbled upon Farralone, it was instant fascination. So here's what it's like to have the world on a string...

  Photo Cred: Coldwell Banker

Photo Cred: Coldwell Banker

Tracing back to the 1940's, Sinatra infused some major life into Palm Springs! He turned the sleepy town upside down and made it the ultimate destination for royally charged jet setters and Hollywood social lights. Eventually those swayin' palms would introduce John F. Kennedy to Marilyn Monroe and double as the location for Judy Garland and Vincent Minelli’s wedding. It became the ultimate party destination!

Simply known as “Farralone” — The 10,000 square foot residence was owned by Sinatra in the heart of his Rat Pack years and boasts more parties and celebrity visits than almost any other home you’ll come across. Aside from the amazing history of the home, the residence is truly an incredible piece of architecture with 16 feet walls of glass curtains, a 50 ft. swimming pool in the back and a 1,000 sq. ft. guest house with its own private pool. Farralone sits on 14 acres of land that includes a vineyard and parking for up to 200 cars, 4 Bedrooms, 7 Bathrooms and the piano shaped swimming pool.

RENT IT: The amazing news is now you can make this spot your next vacation or canvas for an event! The Sinatra Estate is available to rent for a variety of events including private vacations, corporate events, retreats and functions, private events and dinner parties.

FUN FACT: Sinatra would shoot off fireworks in the backyard to signal to his neighbors that it was time for H A P P Y H O U R!

So next time you head to the desert, do Palm Spring Ol’ Blue Eyes’ style and check out some of his favorite haunts including his own great escape, the Great Glass Mansion.