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Care to make a deal for Monty Hall’s house? It’s asking $6.4M

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The gameshow host bought the home shortly after moving to LA

Monty Hall house - front yard
Monty Hall lived in the Mediterranean residence for more than 50 years.
Courtesy Rodeo Realty

The longtime home of late gameshow host Monty Hall and his wife, Marilyn, is on the market in Beverly Hills, looking for its first new owner in more than five decades.

Built in the 1920s, the Mediterranean-style residence was purchased by Hall shortly after the Canadian-born performer moved to Los Angeles and became host of the wildly popular gameshow Let’s Make a Deal.

According to listing agent Wayne Saks of Rodeo Realty, the home hosted “countless celebrities” and foreign dignitaries over the many years that Hall resided there.

Featuring four bedrooms and five bathrooms, the home sits on a roomy 10,000-square-foot lot in the flats of Beverly Hills. Fronted by a grassy lawn and flanked by trees and tall hedges, the two-story house leads out to a large back patio and swimming pool.

Both Monty and Marilyn Hall passed away last year and the home is being sold by the couple’s children.

The home is asking $6.399 million, but—given its background—we’re guessing there’s room for negotiation.

Monty Hall house - Living room
Monty Hall house - dining room and kitchen
Monty Hall house - swimming pool