KURT COBAIN And COURTNEY LOVE's Former Seattle Home On Market For $7.5 Million

KURT COBAIN And COURTNEY LOVE's Former Seattle Home On Market For $7.5 Million

According to Seattle Refined, the former Seattle home of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love has just hit the real estate market for $7.5 million.

Cobain and Love bought the now-117-year-old home in early 1994. Love sold the home to a trust in 1997, after Cobain's suicide inside the residence's greenhouse. Love later had the greenhouse demolished.

The Ewing & Clark real estate listing describes the property as "a perfectly maintained home of extraordinary presence situated upon a beautiful, park-like lot in the heart of Denny Blaine. Built in 1902, it features a shingled exterior distinguished by expressive windows, stone accents & Queen Anne styling, completely updated throughout."

According to the Seattle Department Of Neighborhoods, the current residents have owned the 8,212-square-foot home since 2000, a couple of years after Love and her daughter moved out following Cobain's death.

Cobain died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound not long after he took a massive dose of heroin — which could have proven fatal on its own.

Kurt began using heroin to ease chronic stomach pain he had suffered from his entire life.

NIRVANA was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on April 10, 2014 — just five days after the 20th anniversary of Cobain's death.

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