Those wishing for the soulful crooning of Frank Sinatra may not have been able to do more than listen to digitally remastered tracks until now. The two-story Manhattan penthouse once owned by Sinatra was listed for sale, ABC News reports. The current owners have placed the property on the market for a cool $7.7 million, up from the last purchase price of $2.495 million in 2010.
The 3,200-square-foot property features recently redone all-glass stairs, 18-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows in the master suite – ideal for overlooking the East River, according to Relocation. The unit also includes wrap-around terraces to provide the owner a coveted outdoor space.
Sinatra entertained many historic guests in the home - including Andy Warhol, John F. Kennedy, Sammy Davis Jr. and Marilyn Monroe - before he sold it in 1972, the news source reports. In addition, the duplex was once referred to as a "glittering grotto in the sky," by the late Andy Warhol.
Those looking into purchasing the property may wish to consider hiring a moving and relocation company. A professional, affordable service can decrease moving stress and allow the property’s new owner to have a seamless transition into the home.