Real Estate Marilyn Monroe lived in this Upper East Side townhouse By Heather Senison email@example.com Updated September 27, 2016 7:05 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Nevermind standing over street grates, the true way to channel your inner Marilyn Monroe is by renting the Upper East Side townhouse she once resided in as a guest of the famous photographer Milton Greene and his family. The four-story home at 127 E. 78th St., which was built in 1899, is listed on StreetEasy for just $26,500 a month -- easy to afford on any young actor’s salary. Photo Credit: StreetEasy The idyllic home is on a tree-lined street off of Park Avenue. Photo Credit: StreetEasy The space is 3,500 square feet and has several fireplaces. Photo Credit: StreetEasy Its expansive rooms have modern amenities, too, including central air. Photo Credit: StreetEasy The master suite takes up an entire floor and features a steam shower and a Jacuzzi tub. Photo Credit: StreetEasy Greene, who took several of Monroe's most famous photographs, lived in the townhouse with his wife Amy and their son Joshua. Photo Credit: StreetEasy According to the Curbed real estate blog, other famous guests included Bette Davis and Irving Berlin. By Heather Senison firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.