Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe's Former Hollywood Home Listed for $4.75 Million
The former home of Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe in West Hollywood is on the market for $4.75 million.
According to Zillow, the two Hollywood icons did not live together but in separate units in the estate, which has three sections.
The 5,600-square-foot property has two bedrooms, five fireplaces, a studio over the garage and a separate one bedroom unit in another section of the home.
Zillow reported that the three units in the house are connected by a courtyard and patio, "all tucked into an ivy-walled retreat guarded by twin sphinxes."
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This was reportedly Sinatra's Hollywood's getaway spot and Monroe's full-time residential space during the early 1960s.
After Sinatra and Monroe, the estate went under a major makeover by designer Kalef Alaton, who changed the looks of the house and gave it the somewhat modernized look it has today.
The luxurious home at 882 N Doheny Dr, is an example of how creative Alaton was. He was an interior designer who studied paintings and sculpture in Paris before moving to Los Angeles to become one of the most renowned designers in the world.
He died of AIDS in 1989 at age 49.