The asking price for the North Arlington home that neighbors believe once counted a young Jim Morrison as one of its occupants is creeping down.
The heavily renovated home at 2320 Evergreen St. N. is listed at $920,000 — a slight drop from the $949,000 asking price just last month.
In July, the Washington Post reported that the current owners of the home have invested more than $100,000 into exterior renovations and didn't realize the Morrison family lived there until news crews asked about it a few years ago.
The 1947 Cape Cod-style home includes a remodeled eat-in kitchen, three remodeled baths, hardwood floors, a main-level master addition with a spa-like bath, and a fully furnished lower level with a rec room, den and storage space, according to the listing on AOL Real Estate.
"All this and Jim Morrison's childhood home to boot!" the listing states.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is about 2,364 square feet and sits on a 0.2-acre lot.
An open house is scheduled at the property for 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Morrison's father was an admiral in the U.S. Navy and the family reportedly lived in several Virginia locations, including Alexandria, according to the Post.