LOS ANGELES — If you want to own a piece of music and pop culture history, now is your chance.

The Hollywood Hills home of former Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, wife Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean is for sale for $1 million.

What You Need To Know

  • The Hollywood Hills home of former Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love is up for sale for $1 million

  • The Asian-influenced Craftsman-style home is more than a 100 years old and has three bedrooms and bathrooms

  • According to music historians, Cobain wrote most of the songs for Nirvana's last album, "In Utero," inside the home

  • The home has fallen into disrepair, and over the years, many Nirvana and music fans have visited the abandoned property in homage to Cobain

Built in 1921, the two-story, Asian-influenced, Craftsman-style home at 6881 Alta Loma Terrace in the Hollywood Heights neighborhood features sweeping views of Hollywood and a small yard. It includes three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The 2,500-square-foot home is part of the Hightower Elevator Association. Residents can use the historic High Tower, a 100-foot, five-story Italian-styled bell tower that houses a private elevator to their home.

According to music historians, Cobain, Love and their daughter lived in the home between 1992 and 1994. Cobain wrote most of the songs in Nirvana’s platinum award-winning "In Utero" album at the home.

In a 2013 Rolling Stone interview, Love said Cobain wrote the song “Heart-Shaped Box” inside their huge bedroom closet.

"In Utero" was Nirvana’s last album. Cobain died by suicide at the age of 27 in 1994.

The property was abandoned and has fallen into disrepair, the listing said.

It is unclear who currently owns the home. Over the years, Nirvana and music fans have flocked to the house and shared unofficial tours of the home on YouTube and other social media platforms.

A Spectrum News request for information to Sotheby’s International Realty’s Tatiana Tensen, the listing agent, was not returned as of press time.