Frank Sinatra's House (former)

Frank Sinatra's House (former)
Frank Sinatra's House (former)
Frank Sinatra's House (former)
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By mikeb9991 @ 2007-01-26 13:02:54

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@ 2007-01-26 13:06:15
Twin Palms, 1148 E. Alejo Road: Dubbed "Twin Palms" for two trees that still stand in the yard, Sinatra's first Palm Springs home featured a piano-shaped pool and low, horizontal lines that came to characterize a regional architectural style known as "desert modern." Sinatra lived here with second wife Ava Gardner, and in the late afternoons when he was in town Sinatra reportedly hoisted a flag bearing the Jack Daniels logo to signal neighbors that it was cocktail hour. Such rituals continued until 1957, when he divorced Gardner and moved to nearby Rancho Mirage.
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@ 2011-02-01 18:53:01
1947
Arch = E. Stewart WIlliams