Singer Frank Sinatra Jr. has paid $4,100,000 for a six-bedroom, 7,213-square-foot house in the Beverly Hills, Calif. postal area. frank_sinatra_jr_1.jpg The Los Angeles Times' Ruth Ryon today broke the story of Sinatra purchasing the Tuscan-style house, at 9706 Hensal Road in the Beverly Hills post office. Sinatra, 64, purchased the house on November 19, with the deal being recorded on December 21. Records also show that Sinatra on January 23 took out a $1,800,000 mortgage on the house, which was built in 2006. 1160759393.jpg1160760452.jpg1160759465.jpg1160759959.jpg1160760036.jpg11607601051.jpg1160760170.jpg1160760361.jpg1160760409.jpg1160760252.jpg Features in the house, which had been listed for $4,495,000, include seven baths, a two-story entry, a master suite with a fireplace and a surround sound system, and a chef's kitchen with granite counters and Viking appliances, according to listing information. Other features include a great room, four bedroom suites upstairs and two downstairs, an expansive den, a media room, a formal first-floor office with a separate entrance, and an elevator to a three-car garage, according to listing information. Outside are a pool, waterfalls, a spa, a loggia patio and a fireplace, according to listing information. The house sits on a 0.35-acre parcel, according to public records. Check out an online listing sheet for the house -- complete with photos -- here.