Frank Sinatra's Original Palm Springs Estate

Guess Does Fashion Shoot at Sinatra House

Started in Los Angeles in 1984, Guess has been a player in the fashion game for over 30 years. In the 80’s Guess jeans redefined fashion. Since then, the line has expanded to mens apparel, watches, perfume, and much, much more. After 3 decades, you could say guess has grown into an institution. Always relevant. Always stylish. Timeless.

What better place to showcase timeless style than Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms Estate in the Movie Colony neighborhood of Palm Springs? The E. Stewart Williams Mid Century Modern masterpiece is now available for commercial uses such as film and photo shoots. The clean, modern lines made the perfect backdrop for the vibrant prints and styles shown in the shoot. Don’t those high waisted shorts beside the piano shaped pool transport you back to a time of Hollywood starlets frolicking in the sunshine and Frank’s Jack Daniels flag flying on the pole signaling the neighborhood that happy hour is on? Timeless.

Here a few photos from a shoot Guess did at Frank’s place last month!

If you’d like to see more of Frank’s first Palm Springs home, click here to take a virtual tour of Twin Palms.

Click here for more photos and information about this Palm Springs landmark of Mid Century splendor. Interested in booking Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms estate for a photo shoot or filming location? Or maybe as an extra-special Palm Springs vacation rental for your family or a corporate retreat? Contact us here or give us a call at 877-318-2090.


Palm Springs Style recently did a spread on Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms Estate in the Movie Colony neighborhood for their DESIGN + DÉCOR section.

They had some really interesting things to say about the property…

"Sleek and understated with a flat shed roof few had seen before in the desert, the now-iconic design featured clean lines with floor-to-ceiling windows and clerestories that gave a light, airy aura to the 4,500-square-foot modular layout. The modern design won Sinatra over, and Williams’ team worked around the clock to get the project finished in time for Sinatra to ring in the New Year at his new home, which was dubbed “Twin Palms” in reference to the two tall palm trees in the yard."

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Sinatra House Featured in “Yes, You Can Vacation in These Celebrity Homes” on recently ran a piece on celebrity homes that are now available as vacation rentals. Being one of the more iconic Palm Springs vacation rentals available, of course Sinatra House got a healthy mention:

“Frank Sinatra
Here’s your chance to stay in Ol’ Blue Eyes’s dream house. Sinatra commissioned Palm Springs architect E. Stewart Williams to build Twin Palms in 1947. The four-bedroom estate features a pool and poolhouse, Sinatra memorabilia and famous artworks, and the singer’s original recording studio.”

Thanks to for the mention!

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Sinatra House Featured on ModernHomesLosAngeles Blog About Modernism Week is a blog about Mid-Century Modern home, events and architecture. So you can Modernism Week is on their radar. And you can’t think about Modernism Week without Twin Palms, Frank Sinatra’s original Palm Springs estste, coming to mind! Here’s an excerpt from the article: “The kick-off to Modernism Week is a gathering at Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms Estate designed by architect E. Stewart Williams. It was Williams’ first commissioned residences and was given the directive that Sinatra wanted a Georgian-style mansion with columns and brick facade to show-off his new wealth, back in 1947. Williams had another idea. The Desert Modern with casual living lifestyle and sleek lines were the beat of Williams’ drum. Sinatra agreed to scrap plans for the Georgian in favor of the Desert Modern. The architect and builders worked around the clock to design and build Sinatra’s desert modern in only a few months time. Sinatra landed his contract with MGM and he was ready to show his success through design and architecture. Troves of friends and other celebrities were often invited to gatherings and parties at the home in the desert. Hence, influencing others to design and build their own desert modern retreat.” Click here for the whole article

Hollywood Reporter Recently Featured The Frank Sinatra Estate

Hollywood Reporter
The Hollywood Reporter recently featured the Frank Sinatra Estate in an article entitled “Palm Springs Sleepover” on April 4th, 2013. The article was co-written by Brandon Kirby and Degen Pener,and talked about the hidden ways to stay in style while enjoying Coachellafest and other events at the Empire Polo Field. In addition to the Frank Sinatra Estate, the article mentions The Sunny and Cher Estate and the homes of the likes of Tony Curtis and Dinah Shore.


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