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09/17/2011 01:33 pm ET Updated Nov 17, 2011

Frank Sinatra's Bel-Air Home For Sale

Frank Sinatra's former home has been listed for $23.5 million. The seven bedroom, seven bathroom house was built in 1936, and Sinatra and his family moved into the Bel-Air property during the late 1940s. The original listing price was $250,000, according to James Kaplan in 'Frank: The Voice'.

In an excerpt from 'Frank Sinatra, My Father,' Nancy Sinatra remembers her childhood home:

Over the next year and a half, our lives turned around. We moved away from the lake to 320 North Carolwood Drive, on the west side.

Our house sat on about three acres. We had a pool, a badminton court, a big fishpond, a separate play yard, a beautiful rose garden, and an orchard. Tangerines, lemons, avocados … it was something.

The 8,631 square-foot home is currently owned by Paramount Pictures CEO Brad Grey and his wife Cassandra Huysentruyt. The couple bought the property in mid-November 2010 for $18.5 million (although it was listed at $22.5 million), reports The Hollywood Reporter. Brad and Cassandra were married on the property grounds in April 2011.

Images courtesy of Realtor.com. The official listing is with Stephen Shapiro, Westside Estate Agency Inc.