If you have the desire to live in the former home of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe, now's your chance.
The blonde bombshell's Spanish Colonial Revival style Los Angeles home has been put on the market for $3.6 million
It's the only home that Monroe ever owned, and she only lived there six months before she died in the bedroom due to a drug overdose.
The four-bedroom home is tucked away behind tall gates on a cul-de-sac in one of L.A.'s most coveted neighborhoods. The hacienda boasts arched doorways, cathedral beamed ceilings, and a kidney-shaped swimming pool. Ironically, the front stoop is embedded with tiles with the Latin inscription "Cursum Perficio," meaning "I have completed my journey."
If you had the money, would you want to live here?
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