Sinatra House - Chatsworth, CA

Also known as The Farralone House, a masterpiece by architect William Pereira built in 1951. Glass-walled pavilions seamlessly embracing the almost 4 flat acres of pine-studded grounds and the panorama of the 13 acres meadowlands of Lake Chatsworth nature preserve. Known for it's classic Old Hollywood appeal, the Sinatra House has been a film location favorite. The iconic Midcentury residence once owned by Frank Sinatra, who purchased the property in the 1950s. During his ownership, the house became a hotspot for celebrities and VIPs, with members of the Rat Pack and other A-list stars often in attendance at lavish parties and events.

Guest House, Pool, Juccuzzi, Sweeping 360 Views.

Schedule a scout of this amazing property, by appointment only, and book your next film or photoshoot project today!