Home Where Marilyn Monroe Died Lasts Less Than 10 Days on the Market

The single-floor home boasts four bedrooms and three bathrooms on 2,624 square feet.

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Born Norma Jeane Mortenso in Los Angeles in 1926, Marilyn Monroe grew up in foster families and married her first husband at 16. She later married baseball legend Joe DiMaggio, followed by playwright Arthur Miller.
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Monroe took her last breath in the home's bedroom at the age of 36. She was discovered dead of a drug overdose on Aug. 5, 1962. Just three months earlier, she had famously sung a sultry rendition of "Happy Birthday" for President John F. Kennedy.
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At the time of her death, the Los Angeles Times reported that Monroe had purchased the home for $75,000.
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Actress Marilyn Monroe poses for a portrait, circa 1952.
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Actress Marilyn Monroe poses for a portrait, circa 1953.
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Marilyn Monroe poses over the updraft of New York subway grating while in character for the filming of "The Seven Year Itch" in Manhattan on September 15, 1954.
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Marilyn Monroe, circa 1954.
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American actress Marilyn Monroe, circa 1950.
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Marilyn Monroe and Tom Ewell in a scene from "The Seven Year Itch," directed by Billy Wilder, 1955.
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Marilyn Monroe poses for a portrait in 1947.
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Actors Marilyn Monroe (right), Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall attend the premiere of Monroe's movie "How To Marry A Millionaire" on November 4, 1953, in Los Angeles, California.
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In this undated file photo, actress Marilyn Monroe smiles in a car after arriving tousled from an all-night plane flight from Hollywood to Idlewild Airport, in New York. The actress said she planned to rest in New York before going to England to make a new movie with Sir Laurence Olivier.
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Marilyn Monroe by Jack Cardiff.
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