- that once belonged to Frank Sinatra for $9.55 million, The Los Angeles Times reported.
- The was designed for the Sinatras and once hosted guests like Gregory Peck and Dick Van Dyke.
- The seven-bedroom home features an interior courtyard with a swimming pool, an indoor-outdoor bar, and a patio overlooking the ocean.
- It was for almost $11.5 million.
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on a Malibu beach house where Frank Sinatra once entertained guests like Gregory Peck and Dick Van Dyke, The Los Angeles Times reported.
2020欧洲杯小组赛The actress, who has written, produced, directed, and acted in sitcoms including and "The Mindy Project," has sold two of her California homes in the past few years: her in 2017 and
Her new home, which was designed by architect Ted Grenzbach for the Sinatras, was for $11,498,000. In ritzy Malibu, the median , according to Zillow.
Leonard Rabinowitz and Jack Friedkin of Hilton & Hyland and Chris Cortazzo of Compass held the .
Take a look inside the beachfront home.
Mindy Kaling just dropped $9.55 million on a Malibu beach house that once belonged to Frank Sinatra.
2020欧洲杯小组赛 like Gregory Peck and Dick Van Dyke at the home, according to The Los Angeles Times.
The home sits on Broad Beach, which has
The home was for $11,498,000.
The beach house spans 5,824 square feet of living space.
The has plenty of indoor and outdoor living space.
It features tile floors, fireplaces, and living areas that open to outdoor terraces.
Off the dining area is an indoor-outdoor bar.
The home's master suite, which opens up to a terrace, features a lounge area with a fireplace.
The two-story home, built in 1992, was designed for the Sinatras by architect Ted Grenzbach.
It was designed with open living spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows to take advantage of the ocean views.
The master suite includes a lounge with a fireplace, hair salon, and steam room.
and nine bathrooms.
A patio overlooks the lawn toward the ocean.