Just over two years ago, Nirvana lead singer & guitarist Kurt Cobain's childhood home in Aberdeen, WA hit the market for $400,000. That was, at the time, well above the media list price for homes in Aberdeen ($100,000).
The four bedroom/one bathroom home was built in 1923 and is 3,600 square feet.
We're unable to verify how much the home ended up selling for, but we were granted permissions to the real state photos that gave us a look into the surroundings of young Cobain's early life.
He lived in this home from when he was two-years-old to nine, when his parents separated - and then again from 16 to 20 when he returned to live with his mom. And the time of the 2015 sale, his bedroom looked like a converted attic, but still has Iron Maiden and Led Zeppelin logos he stenciled on the walls. There are also a couple fist-sized holes he most likely punched as a teen.
The listing description described it as "a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece of rock history."
*This story was originally published March 2015, updated April 2017.