See Inside The Windmill Home Marilyn Monroe Once Rented

The unique East Hampton property is available from Memorial Day to Labor Day for $55,000.

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Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing; Getty

Back in 1957, Marilyn Monroe and playwright Arthur Miller rented 64 Deep Lane in East Hampton, an unusual property that included a working windmill from the time it was built in 1830 up until the 1950s. Now, it's on the rental market again. Scroll down for a look inside.

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The house sits on a sprawling 5.45-acre plot in the Amagansett hamlet of East Hampton.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing
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It's 1,100 square feet across three floors.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing
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Monroe and Miller aren't the only famous tenants.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing

Writer Kurt Vonnegut and actor Terence Stamp also rented it.

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There are two bedrooms.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing
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Here's the other one.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing
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And one bathroom.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing
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Here's the top floor.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing

It seems to be .

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The exterior includes a terrace and plenty of space for outdoor entertaining.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing

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For $55,000, it could be yours this summer.
Marilyn Monroe Windmill House
Douglas Elliman via Out East Listing

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