Frank Sinatra is selling his New York penthouse. HUH. Magazine got a chance to see inside the newly listed property, and they took whole bunch of pictures, which means you get to see inside too.

The 3,200 sq. ft. space was designed by Sinatra himself in 1961 and features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two huge balconies running around the apartment and affording wild views of the East River.

Andy Warhol apparently called it a “glittering grotto in the sky”, high praise from a man who ran the New York art scene back in Sinatra’s day. The only downside? You’ll never have as much sex in the apartment as Ol’ Blue Eyes did.

The penthouse is priced at $6 million. For more visit HUH. Magazine’s post on the property.

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Take A Stroll Through Frank Sinatra’s NYC Penthouse [Gallery]