When it comes to silver screen stars, they don't get much bigger than Marilyn Monroe.
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The legend lived in almost 40 cities during her career. Let's explore inside Marilyn's high-end hotels, tiny apartments, and Spanish-style homes.
Marilyn Monroe shockingly only ever owned one property, which she purchased in the last year of her life, despite spending the majority of her life moving from house to house until her untimely death in 1962.
Just six months after moving into the enormous Beverly Hills estate, the celebrity passed away.
Marilyn Monroe made the decision to settle down and purchase her first home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles about 1961.
The singer, who was 35 at the time, reportedly spent $80,000 for the home and resided there with her longtime servant Eunice Murray.
The 2,600-square-foot mansion has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and many of the accents Monroe reportedly chose herself after traveling to Mexico to find furnishings for the Spanish-style residence.
There are also many exquisitely landscaped exterior spaces at the 1929 one-story house.