You Can Now Spend a Night At Kurt Cobain’s Los Angeles Apartment
With Brett Morgen's highly anticipated documentary on Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, approaching its May 4 release date, fans have been taking a much closer look into the life and times of the departed grunge rocker. Now, thanks to apartment rental site Airbnb, you can get even closer to the Nirvana frontman's past by spending a night (or a few) in his former Los Angeles residence.
The fully renovated one bedroom apartment, which is located in Fairfax/Melrose, was supposedly a place of residence for Cobain and Courtney Love between 1991 to 1992. A one-night stay will run you only $150 a night, and if you're looking to stay for a while, you can splurge on $798 per week and $3,800 per month. Check out all of the listing's details here, or check out the renovated pictures below. We'd say it's kept a bit nicer than Kurt kept it in the '90s (pictured above).
The owner of the unit wrote about the listing: “At the time, Kurt was focused on songwriting and his artwork, much of which was created in the apartment. He was particularly into painting during this time and even decorated the walls in the living room and bedroom. His favorite spot in the house: the bathtub. In it, he wrote the song 'Heart-Shaped Box.'”