Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow’s Former NYC Brownstone Hits the Market for $5.45 Million

Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow’s former Upper East Side brownstone just hit the market for the first time in 50 years with an asking price of $4.45 million, according to the New York Post.

Sinatra lived in the landmarked town house from 1963 to 1969, which included a short period before he married a then-21-year-old Farrow, the span of their brief matrimony, and a short while after their divorce. The 3,730-square-foot home has stayed within the Solomon family since “Ol’ Blue Eyes” himself sold the place to them in 1969.

“He didn’t want to move out, but he wanted to build a garage and he wasn’t allowed to,” said Teimour Solomon whose parents raised him and his brother in the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom abode.

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Built in 1872, the 16-foot-wide home is located in New York’s Treadwell Farm Historic District, situated along Manhattan’s 61st and 62nd Streets between Third and Second Avenues. Most of the buildings in the residential district are four-story town houses built between 1868 and 1875, but reflect an elegant aesthetic from the 1910s and 1920s, a period in which protruding detailing was stripped in the name of “modernization.”

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Despite the push toward contemporary styling and Sinatra’s removal of moldings inside the home, original details like hardwood floors, stained glass doors, and fireplace mantels remain. To let in natural light, the Solomon family opened up the rear wall on the first floor, which leads to a slate- and brick-paved backyard. Solomon told the Post that when Sinatra did not show up at the closing, his mother had her lawyer call the entertainer to sing for her as a sign that it was really him, and he obliged.

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