Inside Where Marilyn Monroe Lived

2 Sutton Place South is a pretty sweet apartment. Located on a high floor, it features a private terrace, two bedrooms, hardwood floors, and sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline. Not to mention the 1,800 square foot apartment may or may not have been the very spot where Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe got married, according to the listing. View the listing.

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2 Sutton Place South is a pretty sweet apartment. Located on a high floor, it features a private terrace, two bedrooms, hardwood floors, and sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline. Not to mention the 1,800-square-foot apartment may or may not have been the very spot where Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe got married, according to the listing. <a href="http://www.corcoran.com/property/listing.aspx?Region=NYC&listingid=2239265" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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Even without the celeb names that are possibly attached to the apartment, it's clear that this unit is a stunner. And, it comes with a stunning price tag: $2.5 million.
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The home features 4.5 rooms total. While the iconic couple may have lived in the elegant building together int he 1950s, it's not entirely verified that they got hitched in this unit.
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A view of Marilyn Monroe's former bedroom, which features spectacular skyline views of Manhattan. The en suite bath (there are two bathrooms in the unit) is outfitted with radiant heated marble floors.
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Step out onto the terrace like Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller did in the 1950s. The times may have changed, but the view sure hasn't.
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The kitchen features custom wooden cabinetry and high-end appliances. There's also a washer and dryer, as well as many closets scattered throughout the apartment.
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