Jim Morrison’s Childhood Home is For Sale

A Virginia house that was childhood home of the late Doors singer Jim Morrison is now on the market with an asking price of $949,900. Morrison spent part of his childhood in Arlington, Virginia where his father served as an admiral in the Navy and owned a home there. Morrison left that house for good in 1964 when he moved to California to attend UCLA and it was there where he met fellow Doors Ray Manzarek, Robbie Kreiger, and John Densmore and formed the now famous band.

Their first album was one of the best albums of the 1960s.

The house has had hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of renovations over the years and the current owners didn’t even know about its most famous resident until recently. It is unlikely that Jim Morrison would even notice it as the same house he lived in if he were alive today. For the $949,000 you’ll be getting a 2000 square foot Cape Cod style house with two recently added additions with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The house may be almost 70 years old but it comes with all of the bells and whistles you would expect from a million dollar home. Part of me has to wonder though; how much value is Jim Morrison’s ghost adding to that house?

Don’t worry Jim’s ghost is probably haunting Paris, not Virginia.

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