Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Pop Star Justin Bieber’s childhood home for sale in Stratford

The modest home at 288 Willow St. in Stratford, Ontario. Torstar News Service 
Torstar News Service Justin Bieber’s childhood homes is on the market, with the singing sensation’s Toronto Maple Leafs-themed bedroom still intact.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom bungalow at 288 Willow St. in Stratford can be yours for only $279,000, says Re/Max Canada realtor Maria Walsh.

She says the house was placed on the market by Bieber’s grandparents nearly two weeks ago but has yet to attract any buyers.

“I think we priced it right so I would expect an offer in not too much longer,” she said.

And she promises the deep blue walls and Maple Leafs wallpaper in Bieber’s former bedroom will remain.

“I am not too sure about the curtains, but usually they stay with the house. Justin visited his grandparents there and stayed there, and there is a room decorated for him, but it was only his grandparents’ home.”

Bieber’s grandparents Bruce and Diane Dale, reportedly moved three years ago into a larger place purchased for them by their grandson.

The scandal-prone pop star, who grew up in Stratford before rising to fame, lived at the Willow St. abode while his mother Pattie Mallette saved money to buy a home of their home.

The detached bungalow’s realty listing reveals that the home comes with a whirlpool tub, a backyard deck and a built-in garage.

An open house on Saturday was attended by serious buyers, Walsh said, though a local woman taking care of three Brazilian exchange students visited.

“It was so sweet because they were squealing when they saw the bedroom,” she says. “It was a normal open house, but it’s probably my last open house.”

Walsh says a few emails have already trickled in asking for tours, though she doubts the senders have any intention of buying the home.

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