Rest in peace with Marilyn and Dino for $10.3K per square foot

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A $699,000 plot in a cemetery that’s home to Hollywood legends Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, Natalie Wood and Jack Lemmon may be the most expensive real estate in Los Angeles, at $10,300 per square foot, CNBC’s Jane Wells reports. A crypt above Monroe’s went for $4.6 million in 2009, Wells reports. Source: cnbc.com.