Two-story penthouse apartment in West Hollywood’s Granville Towers has been put up for sale for $2.49M.

It is believed that the legend of the silver screen moved into the condo sometime around the fall of 1954. In 1955, she moved to New York City to study acting and to start her production company MMP.

The most striking part of the Sunset and Crescent Heights unit is the steeple bedroom with floor-to-ceiling skylight windows, built-in window seats and built-in window seat.  

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Less than a year: It's believed that the silver screen legend (pictured in 1955) moved into the condo sometime in the fall of 1954 before relocating to New York City in 1955 to study acting and run her production company MMP

It has been believed that the silver screen legend (pictured here in 1955) moved into this condo sometime in the autumn of 1954. She then relocated to New York City in 55 to continue her acting studies and to manage her production company MMP.

The penthouse features high ceilings and a circular staircase. It also has chevron hardwood floors and 2,032 square feet.

Amanda Lynn, agent at The Agency, said that there is a second secret stairway leading into a den. This has been converted to a walk-in closet.

Leland Bryant originally designed the French Normandy-inspired spot in 1930. It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and two parking spaces.

The living room has a large window and is surrounded by windows. The formal dining room features a chandelier and the kitchen has steel cabinetry and Viking-style appliances. 

Stunning view! The most impressive part of the unit at Sunset and Crescent Heights is the steeple bedroom featuring floor-to-ceiling skylight windows and built-in window seats

Stunning view! The most striking part of Sunset and Crescent Heights’ unit is the steeple bedroom with floor-to-ceiling skylight windows, built-in window seats and a ceiling-to-ceiling skylight.

Elegant: The penthouse boasts high ceilings, a circular staircase, chevron wooden floors, and 2,032 square feet of space

Elegant: The penthouse has high ceilings, a circular staircase and 2,032 square feet.

Cute! And according to The Agency agent Amanda Lynn (pictured), there's a second 'secret' stairway

The ladder leads to a den, which has been converted into a walk-in closet

Cute! It’s so cute!

Retro: The French Normandy-style spot was originally designed in 1930 by Leland Bryant

Retro: Leland Bryant originally designed the spot in French Normandy style in 1930.

The other bedroom: It offers two bedrooms, two spa-like bathrooms with soaking tub, and two parking spaces

The second bedroom has two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Inside look: There's a window-filled living room, formal dining room with chandelier, and a kitchen featuring steel cabinetry and Viking appliances

Inside view: The living room is light-filled and features a chandelier. There is also a formal dining room with a chandelier and a kitchen with steel cabinets and Viking appliances

Right next to a large shopping center: All residents of the Granville Towers have access to a swimming pool, spa, clubhouse, courtyard, garden, and 24-hour doorman

Granville Towers is right next to a large shopping mall. All Granville Towers residents have access to a swimming, spa, clubhouse and courtyard. There is also a 24-hour doorman.

Granville Towers residents have access to a swimming-pool, spa, clubhouse and courtyard. There is also a 24-hour doorman.

It was Marilyn’s seventh apartment. She then purchased a gated four-bedroom Brentwood house. Marilyn died in 1962 from acute barbiturate poisioning.

Portia de Rossi (Arrested Development) was also a resident of Monroe’s penthouse. British rock star David Bowie lived in Granville Towers.

The Agency is headed by Mauricio Umansky who is the second husband of Kyle Richards, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star.

Suicide or murder? It was reportedly Marilyn's seventh and final apartment before eventually purchasing a gated four-bedroom house in Brentwood where she died, age 36, in 1962 from acute barbiturate poisoning

Suicide or murder? Marilyn lived in it for seven days before she purchased a four-bedroom Brentwood home. Marilyn died from acute barbiturate poisoning in 1962.

Arrested Development alum Portia de Rossi (pictured in 2020) also used to live in Monroe's penthouse

British rock legend David Bowie (pictured in 1983) used to live in Granville Towers

Other notable tenants include Portia de Rossi (Arrested Development alum) who lived in Monroe’s penthouse, and David Bowie (R), who used to live with Granville Towers.