Kurt Cobain's childhood home now worth £40k less
The current owners of Kurt Cobain's childhood home in Aberdeen, Washington have been forced to drop the asking price of the property by £45,000 as they struggle to find a buyer.
The house was originally put on the market for £250,000 in 2013 before being listed again earlier this year for £260,000. Now the asking price for the property, a 1,522-square foot bungalow, has dropped again to £210,000.
It is estimated that without the Kurt Cobain connection the property is worth just £42,000.
The house contains a number of drawings on the walls by a young Cobain-who lived at the property until his parents divorced when he was nine years old.
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