Marilyn Monroe Feet

Marilyn Monroe, one of the most glamorous women in the history of Hollywood, is well-known worldwide as an actress, singer and model. Although she passed away, her name and works have still lived forever in fans’ heart. Recently, her Brentwood home in Los Angeles, the U.S. is for sale at the price of $3.6 million. It was reported that Marilyn spent $90,000 in 1962 on this house and lived there 6 months before her death. The entire lot has the area of 23,200 square feet, but the living space with four bedrooms and three baths only occupies 2,624 square feet. An interesting feature of the Brentwood home is the kidney-shaped swimming pool. Let’s have a look at this beautiful house where Marilyn Monroe passed away through the following images.

 

Marilyn Monroe (June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was a famous American actress, singer and model

Marilyn Monroe (June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was a famous American actress, singer and model

 

 

The house is situated at 5 Brentwood Street, Los Angeles

The house is situated at 5 Brentwood Street, Los Angeles

 

It cost Marilyn Monroe $90,000 in 1962

It cost Marilyn Monroe $90,000 in 1962

 

Now The Brentwood home is at the price of $3.6 million

Now The Brentwood home is at the price of $3.6 million

 

Marilyn Monroe was proud of her kidney-shaped pool though she never swam in it

Marilyn Monroe was proud of her kidney-shaped pool though she never swam in it

 

It has four bedrooms, three baths, a large kitchen and a kidney-shaped pool

It has four bedrooms, three baths, a large kitchen and a kidney-shaped pool

 

The house has changed its owners several times

The house has changed its owners several times

 

Marilyn had lived there for about six months before she passed away

Marilyn had lived there for about six months before she passed away

 

She died of taking sedative overdose in her home

She died of taking sedative overdose in her home

 

 

Related links:

Unpublished Photos of Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe and rarely seen photos

Marilyn Monroe Autographs