Frank Sinatra's home is on East Alejo Road in Palm Springs, California. It was built for the legendary performer by architect E. Stewart Williams. Sinatra moved here in 1947 with first wife Nancy. At that time his career was on the rise. Already an established singer, he was also signed with MGM. He would soon go on to make Take Me Out To The Ball Game and On The Town, both in 1949. For the next several years his career went on a slide. He divorced Nancy in 1951 and married actress Ava Gardner that same year. In 1953 he returned to films in From Here To Eternity, the picture that revived his career and earned him an Oscar. In the next few years he would make Suddenly (1954), The Man With The Golden Arm (1955) and High Society (1956). His music career was also rejuvenated and his output during these years included the top-ten hits Young At Heart (1954), Three Coins In The Faountain (1954), Learnin' The Blues (1955), Love And Marriage (1955), and Hey! Jealous Lover (1956). Sinatra and Gardner divorced in 1957 after a tumultuous 6 years. Sinatra sold the home shortly after and moved to a bigger estate in Rancho Mirage. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A plaque on the front gate lists this as the Sinatra Residence.