LIVERPOOL, England, Feb. 26 (UPI) -- Paul McCartney's childhood home in Liverpool will be auctioned on Feb. 26 at a starting price of £100,000.
The former Beatle lived in the Western Avenue home with his parents from from 1947 until the mid-1950s. He has referred to the three-bedroom property as "the first house I remember," according to The Guardian.
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"Taking into consideration the location, the property itself and the background, we expect a lot of interest locally and internationally and would urge all interested parties to register their details as soon as possible to ensure they don't miss out on this rare opportunity," said the Stephen Giddins, regional sales director of selling agent Entwistle Green.
The auction will take place at Liverpool's famous Cavern Club at 7 p.m. GMT.