January 15, 2013 1:00 PM
If only these walls could talk!
The onetime home of Hollywood legends Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra has hit the market for a whopping $4.25 million.
The West Hollywood condo, which was built in 1952, originally consisted of five separate units, but after it was purchased in the eighties by interior designer Kalef Alaton, it was renovated into the two main units that remain today. Fun fact - the sex symbol and the singer lived there at the same time in 1961. Crazy!
The main home boasts floor-to-ceiling glass doors, zen-like courtyards, five fireplaces, and expansive bedrooms. The other part of the unit includes a kitchenette and a terrace.
Located on Doheny Drive, the abode was previously a rental but is now for sale.
We're sure they won't have any trouble finding someone to snatch up this property! After all, the future resident will own a piece of history!
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