The Marilyn Monroe house in Brentwood is listed for a voluptuous $6.9 million
Yes, it was both her first house and her last house. Glamour goddess Marilyn Monroe purchased the hacienda-style home in the early 1960’s, shortly after her divorce to playwright Arthur Miller, her third husband. It was the first house she bought all on her own, and the last one she ever inhabited. She died of an alleged drug overdose in the master bedroom, only about four months after closing.