Ten Things You Never Knew About Frank Sinatra's Palm Springs Home, "Twin Palms"

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Frank Sinatra was early to Palm Springs. He beat the jet setters and modern art collectors, he even arrived before many of his fellow celebrities. He showed up in the 1940s and turn the sleepy desert hamlet into a place where stars felt comfortable letting their hair down.

Ol' Blue Eyes initially arrived in Palm Springs on the hunt for a weekend getaway for his young family in the 1940s following his first major contract with MGM. He worked with architect E. Stewart Williams to craft a home that's not only become a piece of Sinatra history, but a Palm Springs landmark.