Chuck Berry's former home in St. Louis, Missouri is on the market for a very reasonable price.
The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home's asking price has been reduced by $100,000 USD from when it hit the market a year ago, down to only $399,000.
Berry bought the house, which was built in 1909, back in 1958 and lived there until the 1970s when the current owners bought it.
While he lived there, he wrote his hits "Little Queenie," "Back in the U.S.A." "Memphis, Tennessee," "No Particular Place to Go" and "You Never Can Tell."
"Most walls whisper, these walls rock 'n' roll. ... Walk the halls of this historic manse and listen very carefully!" says the homes listing by Coldwell Banker Homes.
The three-story home sits on a property of a little more than a quarter-acre. Its includes a large kitchen, butler's pantry, an "architecturally significant" dining room, two front parlours, stained glass windows, leaded-glass-enclosed built-in bookshelves and a games room in the basement. It also has a marble bath in the master suite!
The property also has a standalone "carriage house", with an upstairs apartment and a two-car garage downstairs.
Have a look at the pictures of the home below, from the listing on Coldwell Banker Homes: