ABC News: Marilyn Monroe’s Last Home Hits the Market

The California home where the actress was found dead is currently listed for $6.9 million.

The last home in which Marilyn Monroe resided is officially for sale.

The California home in Los Angeles’ Brentwood neighborhood is currently listed for $6.9 million, and is described by the real estate agency behind it—Mercer Vine—as an “authentic 1929 Hacienda.” According to ABC News, the property boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms, beamed ceilings, terra cotta tile floors, a swimming pool, citrus grove and guest house.

Lisa Optican, the home’s listing agent, said in a statement, “When you walk the house and grounds, you’re immediately struck by its serenity and warmth. It’s an absolute oasis in the heart of one of the best neighborhoods in Los Angeles.”

This home is the only one that Monroe purchased entirely on her own. It’s also the property where she was found dead in 1962 at the age of 36.

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Photo courtesy of Mercer Vine.