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1960s, Celebrity houses, Midcentury, USA

On the market: Villa Maggio – Frank Sinatra’s desert hideaway in Palm Desert, California, USA

 Villa Maggio - Frank Sinatra’s desert hideaway in Palm Desert California, USA
Villa Maggio – Frank Sinatra’s desert hideaway in Palm Desert California, USA

How do you family living the Rat Pack life? If you have the money, then Frank Sinatra’s desert hideaway in Palm Desert, California, USA could be yours. More

1950s, Celebrity houses, Midcentury, USA

On the market: Ike and Tina Turner’s midcentury home in View Park, California, USA

Ike and Tina Turner’s midcentury home in View Park, California, USA
Ike and Tina Turner’s midcentury home in View Park, California, USA

Now this is wonderful. This was Ike and Tina Turner’s midcentury home in View Park, California, USA and judging by the photos, it hasn’t changed much since. More

1930s, Celebrity houses, USA

On the market: Frank Zappa’s Zappa Estate in Los Angeles, California, USA

Frank Zappa’s Zappa Estate in Los Angeles, California, USA
Frank Zappa’s Zappa Estate in Los Angeles, California, USA

Frank Zappa sadly passed away back in 1993, but his spirit really does live on in Frank Zappa’s Zappa Estate in Los Angeles, California, USA. Which just happens to have gone up for sale. More

1950s, Celebrity houses, Midcentury, Property at auction, USA

Up for auction: James Taylor’s 1950s midcentury home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

James Taylor’s 1950s midcentury home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
James Taylor’s 1950s midcentury home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Yes, a celebrity name attached to this one. Although the house is the real star when it comes to James Taylor’s 1950s midcentury home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. More

Iconic living space

1960s, Celebrity houses, Midcentury, Modernist, United Kingdom

Television Centre – apartments in the 1960s former BBC building now available

Television Centre
Television Centre

It is a British icon and home to some of the best TV ever made. But that’s all in the past. Now the former Graham Dawbarn-designed BBC building known as Television Centre is being reborn as a living and working space. More