Marilyn Monroe's former West Hollywood penthouse is up for sale.
Monroe moved into the stunning penthouse on Sunset Boulevard and Crescent Heights in 1954, after leaving her second husband, New York Yankees star Joe DiMaggio, per the outlet. She lived in the stunning apartment for less than a year.
The building — previously known as the Voltaire — was originally built in the 1930s, and offers amenities such as a 24-hour doorman, clubhouse, pool, and spa in addition to a courtyard and garden.
Described as capturing the "old Hollywood charm, regency and glamour," by listing agent Amanda Lynn of The Agency, the abode offers jaw-dropping views through floor-to-ceiling windows and an unprecedented spa-like bathroom.
Meanwhile, the blonde bombshell's Brentwood estate previously hit the market in 2017 for an asking price of $6.9 million, and was sold for $7.25 million, Los Angeles Times reported.
Scroll through to see photos of the actress' former crib.
The 2,032-square-foot penthouse offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The spacious bedroom boasts sprawling views through the skylight windows.
The elegant interior details, such as the glistening hardwood floors, dazzling chandelier in the formal dining room and built-in window seats, make the apartment one of a kind.
It may be hard to focus on the TV when city and mountain views are visible through the windows.
The formal dining room is the perfect space for entertaining Hollywood's elites.
The sleek kitchen boasts Venetian plaster, steel cabinetry, and Viking appliances, per Redfin.
The circular staircase winding through the two levels has Hollywood charm written all over it.
The crisp-white walls and furniture compliment the exquisite floor.
The luxe bathroom off the primary suit boasts a shower and built-in tub.
A closet suited for the one-and-only Marilyn Monroe is the cherry on top of the penthouse.