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The Los Angeles home that Marilyn Monroe was found dead in 48 years ago has gone up for sale for $3.6million (£2.4m).
Located in the luxurious Brentwood suburb, the Spanish revival home comes complete with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an outdoor swimming pool.
The actress bought the property in 1962 for $90,000 (£59,000). She lived there for just six months before she was found dead in her bedroom from an overdose of barbiturates.
Luxury: The Los Angeles home formerly owned by Marilyn Monroe - where the star died in 1962 - is up for sale for $3.6million. Seen here is the garden with kidney-shaped swimming pool
Opulent: One of the four bedrooms in the property, which also has three bathrooms
Icon: Marilyn Monroe bought the property in 1962
The one-story property, built in 1929, spreads lavishly over 23,000sq ft of land, and is dubbed the 'crown jewel' of the neighbourhood.
It is located behind tall gates on a cul-de-sac and is advertised on the website of David Offer of Prudential California Realty.
The website describes the home as a 'sprawling and very special,' property, affording lovely vistas and great privacy and seclusion.
It is also in close proximity to San Vicente Boulevard with shops, restaurants and a Sunday farmers' market.
The current owner did not permit press access to the property but allowed news agency AFP to take photos from behind tall gates on the secluded street.
What a view: The home is dubbed as the 'crown jewel' of the luxury Brentwood neighbourhood
Living room: Monroe lived in the house for just six months before her untimely death
Given that Monroe memorabilia is highly coveted, the weighty price tag of the house comes as no surprise.
Even a burial spot near the star's last resting place at LA's Westwood Village Memorial Park was sold on the online auction website eBay in 2009 for a staggering $4.6million.
Monroe died on August 5, 1962, at the age of 36. Her death was classified as a 'probable suicide' - but the possibility of an accidental overdose and even homicide have not been ruled out.
Spacious: Wooden beams are a key theme in the house. Seen here is the kitchen
Roaring fire: A lounge area with sofas and a marble table
Today prospective buyers were seen outside the house waiting to view it.
As these pictures show, the opulent interior boasts a cosy living area with a central fireplace.
The wooden beamed ceilings are also a theme throughout and the kitchen is designed around a central island.
Idyllic: Another view of the garden area of the sprawling mansion
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