Rent Frank Sinatra’s House

Stay at Franks Sinatra's House in Palm Springs

This is good. Fancy staying in Frank Sinatra’s Palm Springs Home? Now is your chance.

The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights is teaming up with luxury online charity auction site charitybuzz for its fifth annual spring auction, featuring everything from a weekend in Haiti with Donna Karan and Ben Stiller to tickets to the MTV Video Music Awards. There are more than 100 incredible experiences on the auction block at www.charitybuzz.com/RFK2011, but the getaway that might catch your eye is a two-night stay in the ultra-luxurious, history-filled hideaway of Frank Sinatra in Palm Springs, complete with concierge service, for up to 12 people. The lavish vacation is up for auction now through May 16th at: http://www.charitybuzz.com/auctions/RFK2011/catalog_items/256482

Designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1947 for Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato, Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms Estate is a spectacular example of mid-century architecture in the heart of Palm Springs. This estate boasts both mid-century style luxury and historical significance with modern amenities. This architectural gem features exquisite period furnishings and infamous piano-shaped swimming pool.

The legendary residence was host to some of the valley’s most glamorous parties with Hollywood’s brightest stars of the day. The twin palm trees located poolside, appropriately name the infamous estate. Frank Sinatra often hoisted his Jack Daniels emblem flag on the flag pole once positioned between the twin palms, which indicated an invite to his Movie Colony neighborhood cronies that revelry and cocktails were in order. The home was also witness to some of Sinatra’s most memorable bouts. One of the most outrageous was when Frank threw then-wife Ava Gardner’s possessions onto the driveway after she appeared at the house in an attempt to catch him with Lana Turner. You can still see the chip in the sink where Frank threw a bottle in a rage. The residence has been completely restored with vintage designer furnishings throughout the residence and includes the original sound and recording system installed by Valentino Electronics in Hollywood.

More details on the residence can be found at: http://www.charitybuzz.com/auctions/RFK2011/catalog_items/256482

The proceeds for this item benefit The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights, a 42-year-old nonprofit organization dedicated to providing an ongoing base of support to human rights defenders around the world.

Charitybuzz raises funds for nonprofits around the globe through incredible online auctions, giving its bidders exclusive opportunities to make a difference. For images or more info, please contact Glenda Luft at gluft@charitybuzz.com or (646) 998-6177.

Just remember – It is Frank Sinatra’s World – we just live in it. This is the house: