The house the place Lynyrd Skynyrd’s founding vocalist Ronnie Van Zant grew up is now out there to e book for stays by way of Airbnb.
Often known as “The Van Zant Home,” the Jacksonville, Fla. property is listed as an official heritage website. A plaque in entrance of the house notes that Ronnie — alongside along with his brothers, present Lynyrd Skynyrd singer Johnny and former .38 Particular member Donnie — “spent their youth rising up on this home with their sisters and fogeys between the Nineteen Fifties and Eighties.”
The Airbnb itemizing states that the house is a “dwelling tribute to the Van Zants” and options many nods in the direction of Lynyrd Skynyrd and their legacy.
“Inside this essential home, you will discover some cool memorabilia, a classic 1938 Brunswick pool desk, and a retro 70’s really feel, to remind us all the method issues had been, with a touch of nostalgia,” the itemizing declares, including that Lynyrd Skynyrd followers “get goose bumps” visiting the house. Nonetheless, they warning that the property isn’t for everyone.
“Please perceive that we’ve got restored and proceed to revive this residence to what it regarded like within the 1970’s (with a couple of minor nods to expertise, like wifi),” the Airbnb itemizing explains. “If in case you have an expectation of an ideal trendy residence, that is most likely not a superb match for you.”
The house options three bedrooms and sleeps as much as six visitors, with stays beginning at $274 per night time.
“That home was our life, that neighborhood was our neighborhood,” Johnny Van Zant recalled in 2018, when the positioning was given its official heritage designation. “All of us realized easy methods to play drums in that home, all of us realized easy methods to swing on the swing-set on the market — that is the place we realized to sing. We did not have 700 channels like at present. We did not don’t have anything however 4 channels. We weren’t tremendous wealthy.”
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