On March 26, 2006, J.R. Moehringer from The Los Angeles Times reviewed the Frank Sinatra Estate in an article titled, “The House I Lived In”. Here’s a sample from the article, which you can read here online.
“Twin Palms, the four-bedroom, 4,500-square-foot mini-mansion where Sinatra lived from 1947 until about 1954, sits plainly and unassumingly a mile from busy downtown Palm Springs, right off one of the city’s main drags. Back when Palm Springs was a drowsy desert village, Sinatra commissioned the house to be built as the primary residence for his family, and he wanted it built fast. Workers using floodlights labored around the clock.”
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