Frank Sinatra's former Los Angeles home has been demolished.
Paramount Pictures chairman Brad Grey put the seven-bedroom Holmby Hills residence on the market for $23.5 million (£14.7 million) a year ago (Sep11), but it failed to sell, and so, in a desperate bid to shift the investment, Grey ordered construction bosses to bulldoze the mansion in August (12).
The land has now been listed for a flat rate of $20 million (£12.5 million) in the hope of attracting potential builders, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Sinatra lived in the mansion for several years during the 1940s.