Marilyn Monroe’s Last Home Auctioned For $6.9 Million

The home where the Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe spent her last days and eventually died was auctioned for a whopping 6.9 million dollars.

Los Angeles:The home where the Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe spent her last days and eventually died was auctioned for a whopping 6.9 million dollars.

Situated in Brentwood, California, the 2,624-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms- sits on an estate which boasts a swimming pool and citrus grove. Marilyn bought it in 1962. The stunning beauty breathed her last at the age of 36 due to drug overdose.

Speaking about the property in an interview just weeks before her death, Marilyn called it “a place for any friends of mine who are in some kind of trouble, you know, and maybe they’ll want to live here where they won’t be bothered till things are OK for them.”

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