George Harrison‘s childhood home, where as a teen he rehearsed with Paul McCartney and John Lennon, is up for auction. According to a listing from Omega Auctions, the Harrison family moved into the spacious three-bedroom family home at 25 Upton Green in Liverpool in 1949 when the late singer/guitarist was six-years-old and lived there for the next 12 years as George began his rise to superstardom as part of the Fab Four.
“During this period the house became a regular rehearsal venue for The Quarrymen and then latterly The Beatles,” reads the description. “There are numerous pictures of George inside and outside the property.” Though the Harrisons moved out in 1962, the home reportedly still contains some of the original features from the star’s time, including the “bath, sink, some original doors, hanging rails in wardrobes and outbuildings complete with original doors and decor.”
Harrison learned to play guitar in the home, which the family moved out of when the Beatles were just beginning their ascent to global superstardom. The auction house currently has the home listed for $216,000-$270,000; the auction is slated to take place on Nov. 30. Harrison scored his first No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top Rock Albums chart as a solo artist in August when the 50th anniversary reissue of his 1970 triple album All Things Must Pass debuted atop the chat dated August 21.
It was Harrison’s first leader solo on Top Rock Albums, which began in 2006, exceeding the No. 7 peak of Early Takes: Volume 1 in 2012.
Watch a video tour of the property below.