See Inside Marilyn Monroe’s New York Love Nest
Living in an old windmill that was built in the 1800s and converted into a house in 1950 sounds pretty cool. Then when you hear it was Marilyn Monroe's love nest in 1957 sounds freakin' awesome. Well, for the low, low price of $11.5 million you could live in the former love shack that Marilyn Monrow shared with her husband and playwright Arthur Miller. They used the unusual residence to hide from the press in the summer of 1957.
The Windmill House was for sale back in 2017 for $8.5 million but it didn't sell. It's also been a rental, but not a night-at-a-time on Airbnb. You could rent it for the summer for $50,000 or for the whole year for $75,000.
The Windmill House In New York's Hamptons
Here's a cool video about the history of the Windmill House.