Frank Sinatra's '60s Bachelor Pad Could Soon Be Yours For $7.7 Million

The Upper East Side duplex apartment where Frank Sinatra swung through the groovy ’60s will hit the market next week. The Post got early word of a listing that’s sure to attract Rat Pack aficionados, celebrity vultures and contemporary bachelors to one of the city’s most notable bachelor pads. Sinatra’s guests at the 3,000-square-foot, four-bedroom, six-bath apartment on the 22nd and 23rd floors of an East 72nd Street building towering over the East River included closely affiliated luminaries President John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe and Andy Warhol.

Naturally, Rat Packers Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin and Peter Lawford also checked out the joint, whose glass staircase and other quirky decor elements evoke mid-century Palms Springs more than Manhattan. Good thing there are 2,000-square feet of wraparound terraces to remind you exactly where you are.

[Source: NYP/Matthew McDermott]

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