Kurt Cobain's childhood home for sale by mother

Hey Nirvana fans, there's one collectible item you most definitely don't have. Kurt Cobain's childhood home is up for sale and it even comes with his old mattress, if you're interested in that sort of thing.

Wendy O'Connor, Kurt's mother, is selling the small Washington bungalow and expects a pretty penny out of it, according to the Associated Press. The home was previously assessed as being worth less than $67,000. However, the asking price is $500,000.

Cobain's room in particular is reportedly in the same shape he left it when he moved out, complete with band names like Iron Maiden written on the walls, along with some holes he made. Cobain's sister says the sale will help create a legacy for the late musician.

The sale coincides with the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's last studio album, "In Utero." Cobain killed himself in 1994.
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