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Marilyn Monroe’s Final Home Listed at $6.9M

Phil Hall
May 04, 2017
One of the most tragic locations in Los Angeles’ real estate market is now up for sale.  According to a Forbes report, the final home of film icon Marilyn Monroe is being listed for $6.9 million

One of the most tragic locations in Los Angeles’ real estate market is now up for sale.
 
According to a Forbes report, the final home of film icon Marilyn Monroe is being listed for $6.9 million. Monroe purchased the home in the city’s Brentwood section for $90,000 in early 1962, but was found dead from an apparent suicide in her bedroom four months later.
 
The single-story residence plus guest house covers 2,624-square-feet and includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Ownership has changed over the years, and the last time it was on the market was in 2012 for $5.3 million.

 
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