The Los Angeles house where Marilyn Monroe was found dead in 1962 just got sold for 6.9 million dollars.
The four bedroom and three bathroom villa covers 2,624 sq ft and comes with a swimming pool, citrus grove and guest house.
The actress was found dead at the property in 1962, after overdosing on sleeping pills. She was 36.
“When you walk into the house and on the grounds, you’re immediately struck by its serenity and warmth,” the listing agent, Lisa Optican, said in a statement.