Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood House For Sale: $3.6 Million

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Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 11:52 AM
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A Brentwood house where Marilyn Monroe died in 1962 has been put up for sale for nearly $3.6 million, according to Curbed LA.

Curbed points to the Marilyn Monroe Memories website, which states she bought the cul-de-sac home in 1962 for $90,000. It was her first. The 2,624 square foot house has a swimming pool, four bedrooms and three bathrooms, according to a listing.

Agent David Offer describes the 1929 property as a "hacienda situated behind tall gates at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on over 23,000 square feet (per assessor) of tree-filled grounds."

  • Lee Manning via David Offer

But does it come complete with the ghost of Marilyn?

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