Marilyn Monroe | House Tour | $1 Million Los Angeles Home & MoreMay 03, 2023
While the legendary Marilyn Monroe wasn't with us for nearly as long as she should have been, she lived most of her life in the spotlight, not to mention that during her Hollywood career she lived in some impressive
homes, including the only
housewhich he bought in brentwood los
angelesso let's take a look at these videos we are not disclosing any addresses and although i did
homeplease do not show up at any private residence because it is not safe for anyone in it tragically short lived the icon
monroewas able to achieve a lot on the big screen the first blonde bombshell
marilynwas the biggest sex symbol of the 1950s not to mention overcame a difficult upbringing and an endless series of obstacles on the way to earning herself a life in the lap of luxury and while diamonds may be most girls best friend in marilyn's case she always kept her eyes peeled for the next stunning
house, in fact marilyn would live in a number of houses throughout her Living Nearly a Whopping 40s Over the course of her relatively short career, which has ranged from mansions to hotel suites, the actress has tended to prefer short-term rentals over committing to permanent home ownership, that said, there are a couple of homes in particular worth a little
morein-depth research including a stunning $2.5
millioncondo in West Hollywood that once lived in and its final ownership the only residents who actually bought a dream home that was would turn into a nightmare by becoming the very place of his mysterious death. it's kara back with another exclusive house
tourhere on famous entertainment and today we are looking at the one time homes of the legendary marilyn
monroedon't forget to subscribe to like and hit me on instagram to chat now let's get into this video to the very young age of just 16 marilyn monroe married her first husband jim doherty shortly after they were married maryland would start what would become one of the greatest musical house plays in human history over the next 20 years she would move and out of 42+ different houses, okay, so I'm guessing the number was
morethan 40, not less.
Anyway, her first home was a 600-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom studio bungalow that she shared with Jim in Santa Barbara, California. The couple would only live here for a few months before moving into a three-bedroom house in another part of California owned by Jim's parents once again, their stay would be short-lived after leaving their three-bedroom Marilyn and Jim home. they would spend about a year and a half dragging their feet in southern california to finally run out of cash and be forced to move into jim's parents house as you can imagine maryland wasn't exactly thrilled to be living under the same roof than her in-laws, as she and Jim's mother did not get along after being rude for a year under her mother's roof, Marilyn's relationship with Jim would come to an end and they divorced in 1946 after four years of marriage now at the age of 20 marilyn was ready to embark on a modeling career and to support herself she rented a place in an apartment hotel for women called the hollywood studio club maryland she would stay in this place during the early stages of her career , but soon after it was time for her to take over the film industry to help facilitate any role she could land. marilyn found herself an apartment in burbank to house him while the actual owners traveled the world from this location She would jumpstart her film career with small roles in movies like Dangerous Years and Something Called Scootahus Cudahy.
After her film crew was in full swing, Marilyn moved in. She went in with a couple of her friends and shared an apartment with them at the Palesi Apartments. for about five months shortly after maryland became one of the biggest movie stars in the world thereafter she hopped from one hotel room to another staying at lavish places like the beverly carlton hotel before briefly moving in with her agent johnny hyde in 1952 marilyn was dating baseball superstar joe dimaggio once they were married the two lived in a place located in the doheny apartments before moving and renting a house in the glamorous hollywood hills unfortunately this marriage would not last either after it was over, Maryland would discover a West Hollywood condo and move in once more now in a nice turn of events, that exact condo has been put back on the market by its current owner so why not?
If we take a closer look at this place, located on the top floor of a building built in the 1930s known as the Granville Tower, the new Maryland house featured more than 2,000 square feet of space with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. on two levels with vaulted ceilings. ceilings, giant windows with spectacular views of the city and surrounding mountains, not to mention incredible finishes such as a circular staircase that connects the two floors, a formal dining room and a kitchen with Venetian plaster as well as steel cabinets, Marilyn had never lived most spectacularly styled up to this point in his short life, after all, his master suite not only took up most of the entire second floor, but also featured over 10 windows to flood the space with soothing sunlight from California and then there's that private bathroom with a big deep standing shower. bathtub and even more of those huge windows marilyn would live here alone for about a year and it would be the last apartment she would live in in the future this apartment would end up in the hands of none other than porsche de rossi who owned the place for several years before selling it in 2003 for around $1
million; the current owner would list the apartment in 2018 for $2.49 million, but no buyer has been found since then, the unit has come and gone from listings constantly.
Leaving West Hollywood, Maryland, she would meet playwright Arthur Miller. The two soon married and moved into a New York City home on East 57th Street. They also rented a stunning vacation home in the Hamptons. When Marilyn would buy her first and only home tucked away on a cul-de-sac in the exclusive Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, Maryland bought this house at the urging of her psychiatrist, who told her she should start putting down roots, ended up being the right suggestion, and Marilyn she fell in love with this place finally believing it had become an extension of herself after everything she told life magazine in her final interview anyone who likes my house i'm sure i'll get along with marilyn bought the house in february 1962 for only 77,500 he allegedly paid half the house in cash and took out a mortgage on the other half located on helena drive this hacienda-style home was built in 1929 and had four bedrooms and three bathrooms with a tile roof Red bricks and adobe walls along with thick doors blocking the house from the street and a curving driveway leading up to the front door, this house offered all the necessary privacy a superstar like Maryland would need while inside an extra-wide living room.
With terracotta floors alongside wooden beams lining the ceiling above and a blue tiled fireplace, a short walk from the sitting room led to a sun room with tranquil views of the rear courtyard and the Maryland master bedroom had its own fireplace, a personal walk-in closet, not to mention oversized windows to look out and into the tree-filled backyard also located outside was a sparkling kidney-shaped pool a cluster of citrus trees and a modest guest house nestled between the main residence and garage the most interesting detail of all, however, near the front door of maryland's place was a mosaic that said in latin cursum proficio roughly translated meaning here ends my journey well in a tragic twist of fate those words are They would come true when in August 1962, just six months after buying the house, Marilyn was found dead in her bedroom.
She had spent her last months visiting Mexico City and Tijuana to choose decorative items for her house. On this trip, she would buy textile mirrors and towels for her new home but would never get a chance to set them up records suggest that marilyn had spent the afternoon before her death talking to her psychiatrist on the phone they talked for about an hour because marilyn was complaining about her inability to sleep a few hours after the death called marilyn's housekeeper saw her walk into her room was the last time anyone would see her alive at 3 am. m.
The next morning, her housekeeper noticed that a light was still on in Marilyn's room when she couldn't get in because the door was locked. discovered marilyn's body on her bed her hand gripping the phone on her nightstand and an empty pill bottle next to her when the police finally arrived on the scene they discovered marilyn's house was partially furnished she never had time to complete the search vision of what was supposed to become his safe haven, but somehow ended up making it his final resting place right after he died. More than six competitive offers were made on the Maryland house.
The eventual owners became the Nunes family, who then put the house up for sale much later. in 2017 for $6.9 million it would end up selling for $7.25 million so there you have it the tragic story of marilyn monroe told through her incredible real estate journey maryland may never have found a place that was truly hers all the way but as someone who recently became a homeowner i'm glad marilyn was able to have that experience even if it was short lived be sure to let me know your thoughts on maryland homes in the comments and until next time thanks for watching follow me on instagram to chat and see you in the next video bye
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