Frank Sinatra’s former row house woos a buyer in Hoboken, N.J.

Frank Sinatra, right, appears with wife Barbara Sinatra in 1976.
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A former Hoboken, N.J., row house where music icon Frank Sinatra lived as a teenager has sold after three months on the market for $1.68 million.

Ol’ Blue Eyes’ old home sports a brownstone exterior. Inside, roughly 1,900 square feet of living spaces are accented by hardwood floors and ornate plaster ceilings.

Highlights of the parlor floor triplex include a large eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a powder room, a formal dining area and a second-story deck. A flight of stairs leads down to a private patio and landscaped garden.


Four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms complete the interior space.

Records show that the home sold for around $20,000 less than what it hit the market for in October. It previously changed hands in 2001 for $720,000.

Alice Galmann of Singleton-Galmann Realty held the listing. Noah Goldberg of Redfin represented the buyer.

Sinatra, who died in 1998 at age 82, lived in a few different apartments during his childhood in Hoboken.

Considered one of the most influential music figures of the 20th century, he’s sold more than 150 million records worldwide. His classic hits include “My Way,” “Fly Me to the Moon” and “New York, New York.”

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