Frank Sinatra's House - Twin Palms, the original desert home (from 1947 to 1954) of Frank Sinatra, designed as his first commission by E. Stewart Williams. Scene of Hollywood glamour at its zeneth and backdrop to Sinatra's tempestuous second marriage to Ava Gardner (one of the bathroom basins in the house still bears a crack sustained by a champaigne bottle thrown at Gardner by Sinatra), the house established Palm Springs as a refuge of LA film royalty and architectural modernism. The 4,500 sq ft four-bedroom house, complete with piano-shaped swimming pool, is offered for sale by Crosby Doe Associates of Beverly Hills for $3,250,000. (transcribed from Eistein's Watch - Fenwich & Husselby)