Nirvana front man, Kurt Cobain’s childhood home is on the market.
The BBC reports that the rockstar’s mother, Wendy O’connor, has put the home up for auction.
The bungalow is located in Aberdeen, Washington and the asking price is $500,000. The last time the home was appraised it came in around $67,000.
Kobain’s parents bought the home when he was two years-old, and he lived there until he was nine, when his parents divorced. He did go back and live there as a teenager as well.
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