Living Large: Step Inside Frank Sinatra’s New York Penthouse
Dec 10, 2013 23:32
This impressive New York City penthouse was designed by Frank Sinatra himself back in 1961, and served as his primary residence until 1972.
The spacious 3,200 square foot condo was even dubbed a “glittering grotto in the sky” by fellow Manhattanite Andy Warhol. There are four bedrooms, six bathrooms, massive window treatments, and molded ceilings. Additional extras include a contemporary glass staircase, marble fireplace, and gourmet kitchen. The exterior offers two large wrap-around terraces with stunning views of the East River. This spectacular home is currently listed at $6 million USD. View more pictures below:
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