A historical Beverly Hills home recently featured in "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story," is now on the market for nearly $40 million!
Another interesting tidbit about the home… Marilyn Monroe once lived in the estate’s guest house. Rich in Hollywood history, the home was built by Warner Bros. co-founder Harry Warner, who wanted to create his own piece of paradise during filmdom's Golden Age.
This rare gem is situated right behind the Beverly Hills Hotel, just minutes from famed Rodeo Drive. It sits on a large, 1.25-acre lot and features lush grounds, ponds, a pool and tennis court.
Inside the sprawling, 12,245 sq. ft. home, you can find seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms.