NME Festival blog: Bruce Springsteen’s childhood home goes up for sale
Bruce Springsteen’s old house is on the market.
The childhood home of the rock icon is up for sale and priced at $269,900.
The property, which is where the ‘Born In The USA’ star grew up between the ages of 6 and 19, is based in New Jersey and houses two families
39 Institute St is also the location where Springsteen saw his first television appearance by Elvis, when he was just 7 years old, famously inspiring him to become a musician.
Springsteen’s autobiography, ‘Born To Run’, features the house on the front cover.
The 736-square-foot house was built in 1905 and is advertised on Zillow.
Springsteen is currently performing his residency show on Broadway.
The “intimate” shows are taking place at New York City’s Walter Kerr Theatre until early February.
The NY Post reported shortly after the shows started that viewers were reduced to tears watching Springsteen perform.
Straight from the NME
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