The house in Glendale Heights, Illinois where Smashing Pumpkins founder and frontman Billy Corgan lived for much of his childhood is on the market for $175,000, according to Radio.com. The house was built in 1969, measures 1,531 square feet and features four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a two-car attached garage, backyard, sundeck and central air conditioning.
Corgan tweeted about the house on Monday (April 28th), writing that the ninth picture in the listing was a photo of the room he and his brother shared as kids.
- In other news, Corgan has announced that he plans to complete the recording of two new Pumpkins albums, Monuments To An Elegy and Day For Night, by August 15th.
- Monuments To An Elegy will come first, with Corgan writing that he was working on the final arrangements before recording.
- As for the sound of the new disc, Corgan recently wrote, “Think guitars, guitars and more guitars.”