What a wild time it was! In the 1960s, Frank Sinatra’s Rat Pack friends were setting Las Vegas on fire with their hugely popular shows, and Sinatra, much like Elvis Presley and Tom Jones, was one of those rare entertainers who made women swoon and throw their unmentionables on the stage. Their somewhat slapstick stage performances looked easy and effortless but took a lot out of Sinatra. His solution was to create a hideaway a few hours from Las Vegas on a pinnacle of land above Palm Desert, California where he could chill out in peace. Frank Sinatra’s former home, Villa Maggio, is now on the market, priced at $4.25 million.