Nancy Sinatra Sells Long-Time Beverly Hills Home
Her go-go boots were made for walking and that's just what Nancy Sinatra did. She just sold her long-time Beverly Hills home for $5.3 million, reports the MLS.
The 8,085-square-foot home belonging to the daughter of singer Frank Sinatra had been listed for just 45 days at $5.995 million. Her signature song, "These Boots Were Made for Walkin' " was an anthem for U.S. soldiers in Vietnam, before whom she performed regularly with her equally signature big-hair, white boots and mini-skirts.
She also had a brief acting career in the 1960s, co-starring with Elvis Presley in "Speedway" and Peter Fonda in "The Wild Angels."
The house she just sold has five bedrooms and features a grand room with high ceilings. There is a family room, bar-lounge and two wood-burning fireplaces. The kitchen features original tile work and a butler's pantry. There is a first floor guest suite. The property was sold "as-is."
Rory Barish of Keller Williams Realty, Beverly Hills, represented both the buyer and seller, according to the MLS.
Frank Sinatra's former Bel-Air home remains on the market at $23.5 million.
[UPDATE: Rory Barish says that the MLS inaccurately reported his status. She represented Sinatra only, not the buyer.]
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