What strikes you first upon entering this waterfront property in Miami Beach is the gorgeous old banyan tree.
"It has a massive presence," said Darin Tansey, the Douglas Elliman Real Estate listing agent.
A waterfall and koi pond add to the feel of tranquility, as does the manatee-shaped pool.
Rumor has it the grounds -- and the tennis court, in particular -- were once a respite for members of the Rat Pack, which included Sammy Davis, Jr., Humphrey Bogart, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra.
The estate is on the market for $12.5 million.
Built in 1926, the 10,680-square-foot Mediterranean-style compound boasts a grand marble foyer, water views and a giant kitchen with an eat-in marble counter.
There are enough bedrooms -- 10 of them -- for the whole gang, plus 13 bathrooms.
But outside is where the real party happens, with a full outdoor kitchen set to serve guests playing tennis, lounging in the pool, gazing at the waterfall, or preparing to embark on a journey from the dock.
It's easy to picture a handsome young actor kicking back here with a margarita and a gleam in his eye.
Photos and video courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.