In today's market, any other 1 1/2 story, 1923 Craftsman-style bungalow in Aberdeen, Washington might fetch about $88,200, which is the median home value for the area. But this 1923 home is not just any other home. It's where Kurt Cobain spent a good portion of his childhood and formative Nirvana years. That means its asking price, at least according to Kurt's mother, Wendy O'Connor, is far from the median. Tagged at $500,000 Mrs. Kurt's mom is betting on the historical nature of the home to bring the bucks. Included in the sale are some possessions that actually belonged to Kurt, including the rug and mattress in his bedroom. To read more about this property, visit Forbes, Zillow or CBS News.
Kurt in his bedroom: