Thursday, 3 September 2009

Springsteen NJ Home Is for Sale Where Boss Wrote ‘Born to Run’

Sept. 2 (Bloomberg). The house in Long Branch, New Jersey, where Bruce Springsteen lived when he wrote the album “Born to Run” in 1974-1975, is on the market for $299,000.
The two bedroom, 828 square foot cottage near the beach with a front porch is listed by Susan McLaughlin, a component for Keller Williams Realty. The listing highlights the property’s place in rock history as “the best darn piece” of rock “memorabilia that $299,000 can buy.”
“It does have a lot of possibilities as a summer cottage,” McLaughlin said in a telephone interview. “It’s excellent for someone who needs a little beach place.”
Springsteen’s “Born to Run” album pushed the New Jersey native to rock stardom and was his third album.
The listing was antecedently resulted by the Asbury Park Press of New Jersey.

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