Kurt Cobain’s childhood home has officially become a historic building.
The late Nirvana frontman, who committed suicide at the age of 27 in 1994, grew up in the modest land of Aberdeen, Washington, where he lived from 1968 to 1984.
And the Washington Archaeological and Historical Preservation Department has added it to the heritage registration of “Historically Important Places and Properties Found Throughout the State.”
The owner, Lee Bacon, is busy restoring the house and plans to open the door for a private tour next year.
He also announced plans for the town’s tribute lounge and gallery cafe. There, fans of the “Come As You Are” hit maker will find a variety of souvenirs.
Allison Brooks, Executive Director of the