Nancy Sinatra sells Santa Monica compound for $5 million
When singer Nancy Sinatra put a Santa Monica compound she owned on the market last month, it appeared her boots were ready to do some walkin’ — to borrow from the title of her ‘60s hit. But it seems they ran instead.
Sinatra, the daughter of legendary entertainer Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy, sold the property in 16 days for $5 million. The asking price was $4.895 million.
The Cape Cod-inspired home and guesthouse sits on a nearly half-acre flat lot off a cul-de-sac. The single-story house, built in 1927, features fireplaces in the family and living rooms, two master suites, two more bedrooms, a total of six bathrooms and 3,917 square feet of living space.
Sinatra, 72, had such hit songs as “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” “Sugar Town” and “Somethin’ Stupid,” which she sang with her dad.
Public records show she bought the property last year for $5.06 million.
Rory Barish of Keller Williams Realty’s Beverly Hills office handled both sides of the transaction.
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