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See inside! Marilyn Monroe's NYC penthouse hits the market

Here's a New York penthouse that's seen so many legends, it's hard to decide who to name first. But let's start with Marilyn Monroe.
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Here’s a New York penthouse that’s seen so many legends, it’s hard to decide who to name first. But let's start with Marilyn Monroe.

The living room of Marilyn Monroe's New York City apartment
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She moved to the two-bedroom, two-bath apartment with playwright Arthur Miller after they married in the late ’50s, and it’s where he wrote the final draft of “The Misfits” — which turned out to be Monroe’s last film.

The kitchen in Marilyn Monroe's former New York City apartment
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Singer Bobby Short also lived here, as did fashion designer Bill Blass — who hosted parties on the terraces, where guests including Cary Grant and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor mingled. The home is now on the market for $6.75 million.

Bedroom in Marilyn Monroe's New York City apartment
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Located in the quiet enclave of Sutton Place, and just around the corner from Monroe’s character’s place in “How to Marry a Millionaire,” the 2,340-square-foot apartment boasts an additional 3,000 square feet of terraces for entertaining or just relaxing with a view toward the East River.

Bedroom in Marilyn Monroe's New York City apartment
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Inside are two wood-burning fireplaces for staying toasty on colder days.

The deck for Marilyn Monroe's apartment
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An elevator that’s attended 24/7 opens to a gallery that leads to living and dining rooms, plus a renovated kitchen.

The deck for Marilyn Monroe's apartment
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The master bedroom features a dressing room/office, a private terrace and a bathroom with a soaking tub, radiant heat floors and a multi-jet shower.

The view from Marilyn Monroe's apartment
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The listing agent is Vince Mauro of Brown Harris Stevens.

The view from Marilyn Monroe's apartment
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