Justin Bieber’s childhood home is on the market – and it’s a steal. The Canadian pop star’s grandparents have listed the three-bedroom, two-bathroom Stratford, Ontario bungalow for $279,900.
Although the listing has generated plenty of interest, with fans dropping by to take photos of their idol's old digs, it has yet to attract any serious buyers.
The 20-year-old singer once lived in the modest abode with his mother, Pattie, and his room remains as he left it — complete with its Toronto Maple Leafs-themed wallpaper, bedding and curtains.
Meanwhile, Justin's grandparents, Bruce and Diane Dale, are renting the house but no longer live in it. Instead, they've been living in a big house just outside of town, which was purchased for them by their doting grandson.
According to Re/Max realtor Maria Walsh, the bungalow is a “typical grandma house,” with “the same furniture as when Justin came there."
When asked if Justin has placed an offer on his childhood home, Maria told CNN: "He's got bigger houses, bigger fish to fry. It's a blooming blizzard [here!] No wonder Justin is in California."
With an estimated net worth of more than $200 million, the Canadian crooner has come a long way from his humble beginnings. Justin currently lives in a lavish, $10.8 million mansion in the Hollywood Hills.