Join the ranks of Lucille Ball, Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy by buying this absolutely stunning glass mansion
, which is on the market for an equally stunning $12 million. The home with a jaw-dropping star-studded history was completed in 1951 and it's the first time the mansion has been publicly available for sale.
According to the official listing, the glass mansion atop the hill was where Marilyn Monroe allegedly rendezvoused with JFK. In fact, the glam spread is the site of one of Marilyn Monroe's last photo shoots. Prior to that in the early 1950s the mansion hosted
lavish parties for legendary Hollywood stars including Ava Gardener, Judy Garland, Vincente Minnelli and Lucille Ball. Frank Sinatra even leased the house for several years.
And, what attracted the Hollywood legends to this sweet pad? For starters, the mansion measures 10,000 square feet and features a grand gallery, four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, three lower level private offices, a detached one-bedroom guest house, as well as a glistening 50-foot pool. 5.5 acres of rolling hills surround this dazzling glass property, which was even featured in the TV shows Mad Men and Californication.