What if we told you that Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra’s ’50s luxury home was up for grabs? Well, it is and it can be yours for a cool $4.75M. Nothing too crazy!
The Turkish-born interior designer was also the mastermind behind remarkable projects like Hotel Bel-Air and a series of stunning private homes of Beverly Hills.
All three units enjoy direct access to an airy patio and Zen courtyards, but their configuration differs quite a lot. The smallest of them is described as an ideal “writer’s retreat or artist compound,” having one bedroom, a kitchen, a bathroom and an office that was designed around an atrium.
The largest unit flaunts two bedrooms, a 100-foot long living room, five fireplaces, and natural-light-inviting floor-to-ceiling windows. Finally, the third unit is placed above the garage and features a large library that can also be used as a bedroom, a kitchenette and a cozy fireplace.
In total, there are 5,637 square feet of living space spread over three separate units. Why not buy them all?
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