If you're just scouring the market for a new pad, the roughly $200,000 price tag (€185,000) might make you balk. However, if you're a Monroe super fan you aren't likely to find too many houses with this particular flavor.
The listing from Ray Cooke Auctioneers calls it "quirky," which is a criminal understatement. "The house never intended to attract the media hype that we have received, so the original plan was to remove all items," senior sales and lettings negotiator Ross McHugh told Thrillist. "A number of interested parties are targeting it 'as seen' with everything in tact. Many Marilyn fans worldwide have been in contact."