Built in 1929, this four bedroom, three bathroom house was the only house Marilyn Monroe owned independent of her three husbands. She bought it after her divorce from playwright Arthur Miller.
The ghost of Marilyn may be present, as this is the house where Marilyn Monroe died. That was in August 1962 from an overdose of sleeping pills.
The house is a Spanish style hacienda at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Brentwood area of Los Angeles. It boasts a kidney shaped pool, lush gardens and lots of privacy. It’s close to shopping, schools and amenities.
Asking price: $3.6 million.