The fascination surrounding Marilyn Monroe continues, particularly as it comes to her association with the Kennedy brothers and her death.
Now, the Brentwood home in which she died has gone on the market…the asking price, $6.9 million USD.
It’s not as big as you might expect, at just over 2400 sq. ft, and with 4 bedrooms and three bathrooms…the size of the guest houses of some of her contemporaries.
Here are the listing details:
“Incredible, authentic 1929 Hacienda situated behind tall gates at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in one of the most coveted locations in Brentwood. This 4 bedroom 3 bathroom home offers privacy, tranquility, and close proximity to San Vicente restaurants and shops. Beautiful architectural details such as beamed ceilings, terra cotta tile floors, casement windows as well as an expansive grassy yard, pool, and citrus orchard. A truly remarkable property that is steeped in Hollywood glamour.”
As Marilyn herself once said about her quaint hideaway, ““Anybody who likes my house, I’m sure I’ll get along with.”
See the full gallery of photos from inside the house HERE.