Marilyn Monroe once lived in a Sutton Place building at 444 E. 57th St. with her intellectual hubby, the playwright Arthur Miller.
The same apartment tower was also once home to fashion designer Bill Blass.
Now restaurateur Mauro Maccioni — best known for helming Le Cirque, which was founded by his father, the legendary Sirio Maccioni — is listing his duplex maisonette there for $1.92 million.
He previously had it on the market for $1.87 million in 2013.
The three-bedroom, 1,600-square-foot unit includes details like concealed custom cabinets, imported marble, original moldings, wide-plank oak floors and 10-foot “loft-like” beamed ceilings.
There’s also a killer chef’s kitchen, natch, and pocket ranch doors to divide or open the dining and living rooms — creating intimate or spacious entertaining spaces.
The listing brokers are Douglas Elliman’s Marina Chukhriy and Lance Levine.