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The Brentwood home where Marilyn Monroe died has come to market for $6.9 million.
Ranked Top 250 in the Country by Individual Sales Volume 2018
The only home Marilyn Monroe ever owned and where she died of an apparent overdose in 1962 has sold in Los Angeles for $7.25 million.
Lisa Optican featured Angeleno Feature June 2019
The sale closed Wednesday for $7.25 million, $350,000 above asking price, and just one day before what would have been the legend's 91st birthday.
Marilyn Monroe told a Life magazine reporter who visited her Brentwood home in 1962, "Anybody who likes my house, I'm sure I'll get along with."
Set on 1.2 acres, the two-story home is surrounded by rolling lawns, terraced gardens and fruit trees.