Attention deep-walleted Beatles fans: Paul McCartney's childhood home in the Speke neighborhood of Liverpool will soon hit the auction block at a starting bid of about $150K. The three-bedroom terrace house, which the McCartneys inhabited from 1947 to the mid-1950s, is said to be the first house Paul remembers living in—he was just four years old when the family moved in.
The townhouse contains a dining room, kitchen, and lounge on the first floor, plus three bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor. The property also comes with fenced front and back yards. Of course, unlike McCartney's teenage home, which has been carefully restored to what it was like in the '50s by the U.K.'s National Trust, this home comes unfurnished and ready for a new owner. The auction is set to begin on February 26 at Liverpool's Cavern Club, the self-professed "nightclub birth place of the Beatles."
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