In 1956, Marilyn Monroe and playwright Arthur Miller wed at a French Country-style residence in Westchester County, and now the home with an illustrious past is on the market.

The four-bedroom house, which is listed for $1.675 million with Houlihan Lawrence, is directly across from the sixteenth hole of the Waccabuc Country Club in Waccabuc, New York, about 50 miles north of Manhattan. Scroll down for a look inside.

Monroe and Miller were married at the White Plains courthouse in a four-minute ceremony, and they held their reception here.

The home, built in 1948, belonged to Miller’s Hollywood agent, Kay Brown, who hosted the 25-person affair in 1956.

The property is 4.16 acres.

The pool house next to the 22-by-48-foot pool includes kitchen and cabana.

Inside, many of the architectural details remain.

The parquet floors, French doors, leaded windows, and European-style fireplaces are original, and the living room has floor-to-ceiling windows.

The house is 4,291 square feet.

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