Kid Rock’s Actual Childhood Home Is Not a Trailer, On Sale for $600,000
It is well known that Kid Rock wants people to believe he grew up living in a trailer park. As our friends at Ultimate Classic Rock pointed out, he claims in his 1998 song "Cowboy" that he's "not straight outta Compton," but rather "straight out the trailer." To the contrary, however, is this new listing from Morgan & Mizlow Realtors for Mr. Ritchie's childhood home, which boasts five bedrooms (four full), three partial baths and 5,660 square feet on a sprawling five-and-a-half acres.
The house was built in 1972 when Rock was merely one year old. Aside from general furnishings, the estate also boasts a five-car garage, partly finished walkout basement, guesthouse, three-stall horse barn, tennis court and a pool.
Morgan & Mizlow's official description of the estate reads:
AMERICAN BADASS' childhood home. Homestead on 5 panoramic acres with all thatâ€™s expected of a mini estate of 5,660+ square feet. Renovated to the T 2004 and gently lived in are 5 bedrooms/4.3 bathrooms, 5 car garage plus partially finished walkout and guest house. Classy chic, warm and inviting for the relaxed country gentleman or the entertaining driven profile. Grand spaces independent of cozy quarters adds to the charm as does the inviting guest house, 3 stall horse barn, regulation tennis court and inground pool. Quick commute takes you to Romeo, Rochester and M-23 and M-24. Paradise found. PURCHASE TO BE IN â€œAS ISâ€ CONDITION. BATVAI. *Extensive security and surveillance. Please be respectful â€“ 24 hour notice to show.*
Below you can see several photos from the house and surrounding property:
Kid Rock's Childhood Home
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