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Pictures of Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood Home

Could You Live in a Drop Dead Gorgeous Home?

When I see estate sale signs, I immediately wonder what may have transpired within those home walls. Death is a natural thing, and certainly many houses on the market are there because someone has passed away. Having said that, I don't know if I would want to know about someone losing their life in my potential new home. But what if that someone was, say, Marilyn Monroe?

The blond bombshell's last home is now on the market, and it got me thinking — could I live there? Even a home as beautiful as this one, with a previous owner as iconic as Norma Jean, might weird me out. I could just imagine her perfect hourglass figure haunting me in the full-length mirrors. If you think you could stomach it, it's up for grabs for a mere $3.5 million. Before you say no, check out the gorgeous digs.


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Asche Asche 5 years
I would love to live in that house! And, 3.5 million seems low for that piece of history. But, then again, if you live there you're probably going to have to deal with a lot of crazies showing up on your doorstep!
Sundaydrive Sundaydrive 5 years
I was just talking about this the other day. I've heard that real estate agents are required to say whether or not someone has died in a house. If ever I'm looking for a house I just want to say up front that I don't care if someone has died there so please do not tell me. Its something that is in the past, and when making my new house a home I wouldn't want to be thinking of death.
JoneyStar JoneyStar 5 years
Well what is there to worry about? When a person is dead they are dead. They simply cease to exist. Why would Marilyn haunt anyone anyhow if it were possible? Especially if she doesn't know you. What is she going to wake you from your sleep and tell you to make sure you take the trash out for the garbage man? Its a beautiful house. I take it in a hot second!
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 5 years
Yes, but not in that scale. Personally, I don't want to live with a staff of people necessary to maintain that kind of property, or need an intercom to speak to my husband. I speak from experience.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
I'm sure unless a house is very new, the chances that someone has died in them are pretty high. Lots of people pass away in their sleep.
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