The five-bedroom estate, designed by architect Wallace Neff, is on the market at $12.9 million.
The home includes a pool, a spa, a waterfall, an alfresco dining area, patios and a fire pit, The Los Angeles Times reported:
The Trousdale Estates home, which has been rebuilt and updated but maintains its Neff footprint, is entered through a landscaped motor court with a central fountain. The one-story contemporary has strong horizontal lines, with walls of wood and glass, and terrazzo and walnut floors. There are five bedrooms and six bathrooms in slightly more than 6,000 square feet.
Marx lived in the home until his death in 1977 at the age of 86, The Associated Press reported.