Marilyn Monroe's home up for sale22nd Apr 17 | Entertainment News
Marilyn Monroe's death house has been put on the market for $6.9 million (£5.4 million).
The tragic Hollywood icon purchased the 1929 Spanish hacienda-style, four-bedroom pad in the posh Brentwood Park neighbourhood in the early 1960s.
She suffered a drug overdose in her bedroom in 1962, aged 36.
The actress reportedly paid around $90,000 (£70,300) for the property, which has since been renovated and is now up for sale again after previously changing owners in 2012 for $5.1 million (£4 million), according to Variety.com.
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