The Asking Price for Kurt Cobain’s Childhood Home Has Been Slashed to $329K
For to relatively low price of just $329,000, you can purchase one of the most important landmarks in rock history. The asking price for Kurt Cobain's childhood home has been repeatedly dropped since it went on the market two years ago.
As Curbed Seattle reports, the four-bedroom, 1,522 square-foot bungalow in Aberdeen, Wash. (photos in the gallery above) has been for sale since 2013 – when it was originally listed for $500,000, then re-listed in March at just $400,000. The Nirvana frontman lived in the house from when he was a few months old until he was nine, then again from age 16 until about 20.
The listing for the house calls it a "once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece of rock history" and suggests that "there are a number of exciting possibilities for this unique property, including moving the building and incorporating it into a larger institution or private collection."
Of course, the price is still pretty high for a house in the area – especially one in so much disrepair. If you're looking for a far less financially demanding way to be near Cobain's aura, maybe his Los Angeles apartment will go back on Airbnb for just $150 a night.
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