Before making her move to Nashville in search of stardom, country singer Taylor Swift spent 10 years of her childhood in a classic Pennsylvania home.
The new owners of the remarkably ordinary house, hoping to cash in on the star's popularity, have put the home on the market and they are blatantly advertising the connection to the music star. They have listed the house for $800,000, perhaps hoping a delirious fan will willingly pay for the chance to live in the house where Taylor once romped as a kid and dreamed of country stardom. The owners paid $480,000 in 2007, according to Curbed.
The 1929 six-bedroom, five-bath property has been restored inside and out, according to the listing. It has a grand central staircase and updated kitchen and study, where the young Taylor would often sit and strum her guitar, the listing assures prospective buyers. The three-story home sits on 0.75 acres.