Marilyn Monroe would have been a very happy woman if she had been alive to see her stuff being sold for premium prices. I mean all of Marilyn Monroe things without fail fetch amazing prices. And it is not just her clothes, accessories, or the usual things like that, but even her chest x-ray, which was sold for a whopping $45,000! But this time the Marilyn Monroe memorabilia is much more valuable than a chest X-ray. It is her home in Brentwood, California.
This Spanish style house has four bedrooms, and was built in 1929. This half an acre property also has a swimming pool and a play house apart from the main house. Monroe had purchased this house in 1962 and lived there for just six months before her death on August5, 1962. The interiors are as lovely as its previous owner. It has a very calm feel with French doors, an open kitchen, a family room with tiled fireplace, and also a game room for your entertainment.
This house has been listed for $3.595 million and the listing is with David Offer of Prudential California Realty. Surprisingly this house is up on the market for less than what the plot adjacent to her burial was sold for, which by the way was sold for $4.6 million!
Via: la.curbed , Realtor