If you're a big time Nirvana collector, you can buy Kurt Cobain's childhood home.
Cobain's mother, Wendy O'Connor, is putting the 1.5-story bungalow in Aberdeen, Washington on the market this week and listing it for $500,000. She says she would welcome selling it to a partnership to make the home into a museum. Cobain's room still has the stencil-like band names -- including Iron Maiden and Led Zeppelin -- he put on the walls, as well as the holes he put in them.
Cobain's parents bought the house in 1969, when Kurt was two. He lived there until they separated when he was nine, and again with his mom during his later teen years.
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer