The Washington state home where late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain grew up is on the market with a price tag of $400,000. In addition to some of the furniture and decor being preserved, the home shows writings on the wall made by a young Cobain and a hole he apparently punched in another wall.
The 4-bedroom bungalow is located in Aberdeen, WA. It was last on the market in September 2013 for $500,000 but did not sell. The video below from 2013 shows images of the inside of the home.
Cobain lived in the house until he was 9, when his parents split up, and then again from age 16 to 20.
The Nirvana singer died at the age of 27 when he committed suicide in April of 1994 at his home in Seattle.