Washington’s Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation has approved Kurt Cobain’s childhood home in Aberdeen for inclusion on the State Heritage Register, an official list of historically significant sites and properties across Washington. The house where the Nirvana frontman lived from 1968 to 1984 was built in 1923, according to the registry office.

The home’s current co-owner, Lee Bacon, told Rolling Stone that plans to recreate the home in its original iteration are “90 to 95 percent” complete and that he hopes to offer private tours next spring. Bacon has also acquired a building in downtown Aberdeen that will house a Tribute Lounge and Gallery Cafe dedicated to Cobain that contains memorabilia, photos and more.

Allyson Brooks, executive director of the Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation, told Rolling Stone, “In general, we want to be sure that we are acknowledging that something significant has happened in one of our parents’ homes. In this case, it is Kurt Cobain who developed his musical passions and skills in Aberdeen and in this house. ”Brooks added,“ Everyone on the council has recognized the importance of the place. ”

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