The Los Angeles property where Marilyn Monroe was found dead in 1962 is up for sale again.
The home, described as ‘an authentic 1929 hacienda’ is being offered at $6.9 million according to the agency listing.
Nestled in the upscale Brentwood neighborhood, the four-bedroom three-bathroom villa covers 2,624 sq ft and comes with swimming pool, citrus grove and guest house.
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Screen icon: The actress was found dead at the property in 1962, after overdosing on sleeping pills. She was 36