Relics of late Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis keep popping up for sale. Curtis' former home in the English town of Macclesfield is the newest item to become available to the public, listed for sale on Right Move, a British real estate website.

The asking price for this two-bedroom, one bath cottage is £115,000, or about $177,000. Among the features of the home listed on the site are two reception rooms and "a well appointed bathroom."

The listing says of this house:

Situated in a popular and central location, this double fronted character cottage offers spacious accommodation with two reception rooms, two double bedrooms, a good size kitchen and a shared courtyard garden... The property offers good size accommodation with two separate reception rooms and a spacious newly fitted kitchen to the rear, which gives access to the courtyard garden.

The house was featured in the 2007 documentary, aptly titled Joy Division, which received many praises from fans and critics alike.

Back in October, a poem Curtis wrote as a child was auctioned to the highest bidder, and in 2013, the owners of the house now for sale put a table once owned by Curtis on eBay.

Good luck, bidders.