Kurt Cobain's childhood home back on the market
Kurt Cobain's childhood home is back on the market again, but this time for $100,000 less than when it was originally listed.
The house is based in Aberdeen, Washington which is a two hour drive away from Seattle. Cobain moved into the house when he was two years old and lived there until he was 9 when his parents separated. He later moved back into the house as a teenager where he lived with his mother.
The house was put up for sale back in 2013 by Cobain's mother Wendy O'Connor and sister Kim Cobain who had hoped that someone would pay $500,000 for the property and turn it into a museum.
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