The Hollywood Hills tudor hit the market in June for the first time in about 40 years. Frank purchased the 7 bedroom, 6 bath home in the '70s and it remained in the family till his wife, Gail, passed away.
Gaga was likely drawn to the 6,759 square foot home because of its recording studio, which Frank famously christened the Utility Muffin Research Kitchen.
There's also a relaxation/massage room, pool, and plenty of room for guests or collaborators to shack up. The property has TWO guesthouses, plus a one bedroom apartment.