Late rock legend Kurt Cobain’s childhood house is being changed into a landmark.
The Washington state residence of the late Nirvana rocker was authorized by the Division of Archaeology and Historic Preservation to be changed into an exhibit.
The 1,500-square-foot residence the place Cobain grew up will give followers an opportunity to see the house because it was left when the singer lived there.
The one-and-a-half story property in Aberdeen was the house of the singer from 1968 to 1984.
The present proprietor of the home, Lee Bacon spoke to Rolling Stone about his plans of recreating the house and bringing it again to its prime classic state.
“Our goal is to make the house a tribute project to Kurt’s early life and career, with museum detail. The next chapter is how to make that happen,” stated Bacon.
Bacon and spouse Danielle purchased the home from the singer’s household in 2019 for $225,000. They’re now additionally letting his sister, Kim Cobain, have an enter within the exhibit.
“I enjoy being involved and providing my input. I am very happy and supportive that Lee and Dani took this on three years ago,” she shared with the outlet.