Built by Pereira & Luckman in 1951, Frank Sinatra's "Farralone" home in LA has served as a backdrop for Mad Men, Dreamgirls, and Marylin Monroe's final photo shoot (and, where she made out with Jack Kennedy).

If you've got deep pockets, it could be your play pen now. The house is currently up for sale, listed at a cool $12 million.

Located 30 minutes from LA, the home has parking for 200 (wow!), meaning it is the perfect crib for wild house parties. And, aside from the celebrity connection, it is one of the finest examples of Mid-Century Modern on the market, so you can impress on two fronts (and get more bang for your buck). [Forbes]