Look who has come back from the dead to sell his old pad? Well, not quite. But, apparently, Ol’ Blue Eyes’ New York penthouse just hit the market and Huh. Magazine had an opportunity to snag a few flicks of just how exquisite the inside appears, and for those interested to see how Frank was living in his heyday, here’s your chance.
The pad, which reportedly takes up 3,200 sq. ft. space, was designed by Sinatra in 1961 and also consists of four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two huge balconies offering some rather pleasant views of the East River.
The one and only Andy Warhol also praised Sinatra’s penthouse at one time, calling it a “glittering grotto in the sky”. You know Frank snatched a few ladies’ hearts in that dreamy digs. According to SlamHype, the penthouse is currently priced at $6 million, so only serious ballers need to inquire for this. Visit here for additional photos, or simply head down below.