Marilyn Monroe's former New York City penthouse is up for grabs, and the apartment, situated in Sutton Place on Manhattan's East Side, is as glamorous as you'd expect. In fact, it's so chic that multiple notables have called the space home. In addition to Monroe—who lived there in the late '50s with then-husband Arthur Miller—fashion designer Bill Blass, singer Bobby Short, and, most recently, a Swedish princess, all have taken up residence in the 2,200-square-feet space.
For an asking price of $6.75 million, those interested in scooping up the 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment can expect heated floors, a modern kitchen with a breakfast bar, and a solarium in the guest bedroom, according to the listing. Additionally, this prewar pad offers a stunning view of the East River and 59th Street Bridge, as well as a fabulous terrace for outdoor entertaining.
To see the swanky pad, keep scrolling through the images below.
1. The View
The terrace provides a stunning view of the East River and 59th Street Bridge.
2. The Guest Bedroom
A floor-to-ceiling window guarantees the best view possible for guests.
3. The Living Room
You enter the apartment via an elevator that's attended 24/7, and then walk into this stunning space featuring a fireplace, expansive windows, and polished hardwood floors.
4. The Kitchen
The kitchen most certainly has been updated since the days of Ms. Monroe—in fact, the entire place recently underwent a 2-year renovation.
5. The Master Bedroom
Imagine sleeping where Marilyn once slept!
6. The Terrace
Another glance at the spectacular view, once home to parties that hosted the likes of Cary Grant and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.