Spanish-Style Home Where Marilyn Monroe Allegedly Lived Is for Sale

A Sherman Oaks, California, estate with a fascinating Hollywood connection is now on the marketplace for $5.475 million. The secluded substance, consisting of a five-bedroom main house and a three-bedroom visitor home, was when owned by jazz artist Ray Anthony, who was a popular big-band leader in the 1940s and 50s. He was rumored to have had a romance with Marilyn Monroe, though in 2018 the now-98-year-old Anthony informed The Hollywood Reporter that the pair were “just pals.” It is likewise reported that the renowned starlet coped with him in his Spanish-style house for a time.Speculation aside, what is understood for sure is that Anthony threw a huge, star-studded celebration in Monroes honor at the house in 1952. And, according to the propertys real estate representative, the residence has welcomed other A-list visitors in the years considering that, including Quincy Jones, Sharon Stone, and Gene Simmons.The living room watches out at the swimming pool, which is unusually located in front of the house.
Inside the primary home, rather a couple of spaces feature diverse design, consisting of the kitchen, which has distressed wood kitchen cabinetry. A metal spiral staircase leads from the living room up to the second floor, where the main suite and 2 of the guest bedrooms are situated.