Hollywood townhouse that was once home to starlets like Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo hits the market for $900,000 – complete with original Art Deco decor including a bold green bathtub and stairs
- The stunning two-bedroom property is now back on the market for $899,00 – and it’s perfect for fans of old Hollywood glamour
- The chic two-story townhouse, which features bold green magnesite stairs, was designed by architect Walter C. King in 1936
- The French Normandy-style complex is believed to have been home to Marilyn Monroe, Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich at points during their careers
- Chateau Beachwood is a 10-unit property located near the Two Stone Gates entrance to Beachwood Canyon
- Madonna, Sean Penn, John Cusack and the late Anne Heche were also understood to have resided at Chateau Beachwood over the years
- Beachwood Canyon has been the chosen neighborhood for many celebrities over the years, including Humphrey Bogart, Kevin Bacon and Anna Kendrick
An iconic Hollywood property that was reportedly once home to some of the industry’s brightest stars – including Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo – has hit the market for $900,000, decades after it played host to the on-screen sirens.
Chateau Beachwood is a 10-unit French Normandy-style complex located near the Two Stone Gates entrance to Beachwood Canyon, which was originally known as Hollywoodland.
Before they went on to own luxury mansions of their own, iconic stars like Marilyn and Greta were housed in the 1930s townhouse by the film studios they worked with, which, in those days, often contracted actors and actresses to work solely on their projects.
Now one of its two-bedroom units has hit the market for $899,000, much to the delight of those interested in owning a slice of old Hollywood history.
Chateau Beachwood has hit the market for $899,000, and is perfect for all those interested in owning a slice of old Hollywood history
Iconic stars such as Marilyn Monroe (above) and Greta Garbo were reportedly housed in a stunning 1930s Hollywood townhouse by the film studios they worked with.
Chateau Beachwood is a 10-unit French Normandy-style complex, and the property where Monroe lived in now on the market.
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