Bruce Springsteen’s childhood home is up for sale

The hometown that done The Boss has a vacancy.

One of Bruce Springsteen’s childhood homes in Freehold, N.J. — the city where he found the impulse for many of his songs — is up for sale.

The two-family home with 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms is listed for $269,000 on Zillow.

In the listing, it states that the home is ideal to lease for about $1,200 per section — and they of march embody the bit of stone and hurl history.

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“A little story THE BOSS Bruce Springsteen lived here when he was a child,” the inventory reads.

Springsteen, 68, lived in the left side of the residence from 1955 to 1962 and referenced the time duration in his book “Born to Run” where he writes of seeing Elvis Presley on “The Ed Sullivan Show” in 1956, according to APP.com.

“This town, my town, would never leave me, and we could never totally leave it, but we would never live in Freehold again,” he wrote in “Born to Run.”

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The two-family home with 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms is listed for $269,000 on Zillow.

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The Boss is also graphic posing against a tree in front of the two-family in the “Born in the U.S.A.” debate book.

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Barbara Conti of Gloria Nilson and Company Real Estate told The Asbury Park Press that the home has been on the marketplace for just two weeks.

“It’s getting a lot of activity,” Conti, a Freehold resident, told APP. “It’s some-more investors who are meddlesome since it’s a two-family home.”

This isn’t the first skill with Springsteen’s name trustworthy to hit the market.

The Long Branch, N.J. bungalow where he penned “Born to Run” sole for $94,000 last year.

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